We realize that this is the least of people’s concerns right now, but we have been informed that numerous post offices in the Gulf region are closed, either temporarily or indefinitely, because of Hurricane Katrina. It is therefore impossible to deliver National Review to subscribers in these affected areas. When these post offices reopen and are once again able to receive and deliver mail, which in some cases may be a matter of several months, we will be informed and we will commence sending NR to area subscribers.
To those who are thusly affected, who by whatever means are able to read this notice, which we will repost regularly, please be assured that your subscriptions will be automatically extended to compensate for the time when your area post office is closed. Of course, if you find a means to access the internet and NRO, you will be able to access the digital version of the magazine. That is a free service, and can be done here.
If you are displaced and eventually relocate, you can have your subscription redirected to your new address. That can be done here. If/when you return to your original address, you can change your delivery address again by the same method.
Finally: Unlike many other publications, National Review staff members have very direct relationships – even friendships – with many of our subscribers, including several who reside in the devastated areas. They are very much in our thoughts and prayers.