Area of Effect is Open to Sponsors! Aug27


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Area of Effect is Open to Sponsors!

Area of Effect magazine.

Area of Effect magazine is looking for more advertising sponsors to help us print 1,000 copies of the magazine to distribute for free at conventions and events in Winnipeg. This is a good opportunity for local businesses to reach our demographic, serving the nerd and geek community in a unique way!


Area of Effect is both online (three articles are published every week at, which gets 5,000 pageviews per month) and in print (1,000 copies of a physical magazine are printed in December). The purpose of the publication is to inspire people to think deeply about the themes and issues that are present in video games, sci-fi and fantasy stories, anime, and comics, and to encourage a dialogue between people of different backgrounds and beliefs. Our regular contributors include editors, university professors, scholars, pastors, and professional writers. View previous copies of the print magazine here.


Geekdom House is a Christian charitable organization based in Winnipeg, MB, under the Free Methodist Church of Canada. Our mission is to love and serve the nerd and geek community.


Your sponsorship supports writers, artists, and readers from around the world who engage with Area of Effect, and helps us distribute copies of the magazine throughout the year at conventions, churches, and events in and around Winnipeg. With your help, the magazine is given away for free, granting access to young adults who can’t afford subscriptions. Sponsors receive a print ad in the magazine and link to their website on the Area of Effect pages at

For more information on sponsorship levels, ad dimensions, distribution, or to set up your sponsorship, contact

Allison Alexander

Allison Alexander

Art Director at Geekdom House
Allison is like Galadriel, offering wisdom where needed but turning treacherous as the sea when competitive games are involved. She manages Geekdom House's arts initiatives, including their magazine and choir. She spends the rest of her time writing, playing D&D, and exploring Hyrule, Middle-earth, or a galaxy far, far away.
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