Tower Quarterly is a periodical publication of independent studies and scholarly works. Our interest extends toward issues of architecture, philosophy, history, and the occult.
The Quarterly prefers to entertain unfashionable scholarship; doomed projects, or quality works which are otherwise considered un-publishable for one reason, or another.
Much of the Quarterly comprises the original works of its three editors, and excerpts from peculiar volumes of historic authorship. When the opportunity arises, we are likewise delighted to publish work from independent scholars.
On principle, we hold that to restrict readership to those who pay for it is nothing short of sophistry. Taking care to remain unsophisticated in this respect, the Quarterly’s entire catalog is, and always will be, available digitally on our website--at no cost.
Digital publication is, however, not enough. The printed medium is of vital importance--despite the common tendency for it to be treated as a novelty. The printed medium is autonomous. It’s permanent.
The printed medium cannot be altered--only amended in editions. It cannot be deleted clandestinely from a platform by a parent corporation, it must be physically removed from your possession. Its contents cannot be concealed behind, or within, a proprietary device; they can simply be read by anyone who is literate.
For these reasons, and for posterity, we therefore will curate and offer physical, print editions of each installment--together as annuals.
Tower Quarterly is published four times annually, on the equinoxes and the solstices.
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