If readers find September’s GRACIEMAG at a bookstore, academy or even in the hands of some friend, the thing to do is get a hold of it and take it home. That’s right, because this month’s GRACIEMAG will become a collector’s item.
For one reason: Gracie Publishing’s principal product will change. And you lose nothing by waiting for it.
“We launched GRACIE Magazine in 1996 as an improvement on the defunct ‘Jornal Gracie’ (‘Gracie Newspaper’). Since then our format has changed several times, including the name, as the magazine is now just called GRACIEMAG,” says our director-in-chief Luca Atalla, in an interview published today on the KombatClinic.com website.
“In 2006 the magazine was made bilingual (in both English and Portuguese), so as to facilitate its export to the international market. But now all that has changed. First hand, I announce that the international version of GRACIEMAG will be published only in English and the Brazilian version only in Portuguese,” Luca reports. You think the news ends there?
No way. Our MMA magazine NOCAUTE will now reach English-reading readers. “That’s right, our international edition of GRACIEMAG will offer the new CHOKE MMA magazine, the English-language version of our traditional NOCAUTE, as a supplement,” reports Luca Atalla.
Get a copy of your favorite magazine at better bookstores across the USA, like Borders, Barnes & Nobles, Books-A-Million, etc., and at GMA member academies, here.
And of course, by subscription: http://shop.graciemag.com
To read the complete interview with our editor, click here.