Grand Rapids, MI, February 11, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Hot Psychology Magazine announced today the availability of its February “Valentine’s Day Issue,” making public the first issue requiring purchase to obtain. The previous issue was available for complimentary download.
Hot Psychology Magazine, currently only available in PDF format via download from its website (www.hot-psychology.com) and available for $2.95 retail per issue ($15.00 for 6-month subscription, $32.00 for a 1-year subscription), is designed to address the issues that “make humans human” and is intended for the 18-35ish set from all walks of life and intended for a national audience.
The magazine addresses psychological issues by way of nine different sections; all of which feature articles with a “human twist.” The sections include technology, sex, news and views, business and finance, features, culture, sports and health, and have such names as “Tech Notes,” “Close Encounters,” “The Sports Fan,” “My News, My Views, ” “Ask Dr. Charmaine,” “To Your Health,” “Our Culture,” “Business & Finance,” and “Feature Presentation” as section titles.
Hot Psychology is the brainchild of psychology grad student and graphic artist Jason Zorn from Springfield, Missouri, and managed by entrepreneur and freelance author Jim Idema from Grand Rapids, Michigan; both of whom have been cultivating the magazine in one form or another since Spring of 2004. The pair met by way of a posting on Freelancewriting.com for freelance writers. Idema took over complete control in January of 2005 when Zorn stepped aside to pursue other passions.
“I’m very excited about this issue,” states Idema, who is currently Editor-in-Chief of the magazine. “The talent we have on our staff is just phenomenal and I think our readers will agree when they buy the magazine.” When asked how he believes his intended audience will react to this issue, Idema answers, “Given the flair our writers and editors have for thought-provoking and piercing discussion, I think our target audience will practically beg for more.”
For more information on Hot Psychology Magazine or to purchase a copy of the February issue, visit www.hot-psychology.com.