How was it created?
Tilia magazine was created to unite practitioners of Western Herbal Medicine in a safe space where they can share, learn, discuss and develop as practitioners. The origins of Tilia magazine date from 2015, when its founder Laura Carpenter noticed that, while the UK has an Academic journal on Western Herbal Medicine and several publications available to members of the various professional associations, there was a distinct lack of a publication that could transcend the varying organisations and groups active in the UK and Ireland.
How is the magazine funded?
Tilia magazine is a non profit venture. The magazine was given a grant of £500 from the NIMH Education and research fund* to start the project.
Where does the subscription money go?
Any additional funds are held for special projects (or just in case something goes wrong and we need to get it fixed)
What is the cost of subscription?
Tilia Magazine is sold per issue: The cost is £4.49 for an electronic download, £6.99 for a print edition including P&P. Overseas P&P may vary.
How many issues are there?
There are four quarterly editions of the magazine.
They are published as follows:
Spring – 21st March
Summer – 21st June
Autumn – 21st September
Winter – 21st December
How is the magazine published?
The magazine is published online on the dates above. The magazine can be downloaded from this website or received by email.
The Print edition is usually ready a few days after the online edition, and will be posted out as soon as we have it in stock.
Who can contribute to the magazine?
Anyone can send in contributions for consideration to be published! If your article is above 500 words and is accepted for publication, you will receive £30 as a gesture of thanks for your contribution!