Deaf oriented magazines and newsletters

Originally by Kevin McLeod and (very occasionally) updated by Karen Nakamura
[N/A] accesses since July 13, 1995.
Kevin McLeod originally provided me with a list of Deaf oriented magazines and newsletters published in the U.S.A. I've continued to update it in this form. If you feel I am missing something, please contact me at the address listed on the main page. Please note that the subscription prices may be out of date since I haven't verified them in several years. As of 2005, almost all of the magazines appear to have closed shop, victims of the internet and rising publishing costs. As always, check before you send your hard earned money into the ethernet since magazines seem to change often.

You might also want to check out the online magazines and mailing lists on the World Wide Web -- excellent lists such as DeafDigest, Deaf-L, etc.

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This page was last updated on Sept 3, 2005.

American Annals of the Deaf
        Homepage:   http://gupress.gallaudet.edu/annals/

        "The American Annals of the Deaf is a professional journal dedicated 
        to quality in education and related services for deaf and hard of hearing 
        children and adults. " -- home page

DCARA NEWS (published by Deaf Counseling, Advocacy & Referral Agency) 22289 Pearce St. Hayward, CA 94541-3915 TTY: (510) 733-3850 Fax: (510) 888-9527 subscription: $15 for 10 issues
Deaf Friends International P.O. Box 13192 Hamilton, OH 45013 USA TTY/Voice: +1 513-896-5075 Fax: +1 513-896-5075 Internet: Subscription: No cost (free) "Deaf Friends International is a magazine for deaf students around the world. Each issue contains stories, poems, and art work submitted to us from our readers. A popular feature is our PEN PAL section in which our readers can make new friends in their own country or from foreign countries. We also have articles about famous deaf persons or persons associated with the deaf. We have three major goals: to encourage creativity in deaf students, to share God's love by encouraging friendship among the deaf students of the world, and to add to the students' knowledge of geography and social studies." -- Jeanne Griffin / Deaf Friends Intl.
Deaf Life International P.O. Box 23380 Rochester, N.Y. 14692-3380 Fax: (716) 442-6371 $26/yr.
DeafNation DeafNation, Inc. 814 Thayer Avenue #350 Silver Spring, MD 20910 TTY: (888) 332-3628 toll free Fax: (301) 562-6030 TTY: (301) 562-6010 WWW: http://www.deafnation.com/ E-mail: $19.95/yr (verified 99/11/1) -- Currently offering 6-month FREE trial subscription to DeafNation by signing up at http://free.deafnation.com/ -- HandTalk magazine has been acquired by DeafNation about a year ago.
National Association of the Deaf (NAD) 814 Thayer Ave Silver Spring, MD 20910-4500 TTY: (301) 587-1789 Voice: (301) 587-1788 Fax: (301) 587-1791 Membership to NAD includes a subscription to NADmag and a discount at the NAD bookstore. http://www.nad.org/
Odyssey: New Directions in Deaf Education HTTP: http://clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/odyssey/ "Odyssey, features articles about a wide range of issues important to the families of deaf and hard of hearing children and to those of us involved in deaf education."
Silent News The Silent News was one of the key information sources about everything that was happening to Deaf people around the U.S. Closed in 2002 -- KM
TCE News HTTP: http://www.chatlink.com/~tcenews/welcome.html / E-mail: "We are a dynamic 32-page national newspaper for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing AND we just celebrated our 10th anniversary!"
World Around You HTTP: http://clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/worldaroundyou/ "Gallaudet University through the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center, has published World Around You, a magazine for deaf and hard of hearing teenagers, for 22 years. We have hero/adventure stories about deaf teens and adults as well as information about careers, role models, technology, laws, and deaf culture."

Telephone (TDD) Books

TDI publishes their National TDD Directory, contact them right above. Other telephone books include: MWTDD TTY Directory for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing "RED BOOK" annually published every September covering Wash, DC, MD, VA, WV, & DE Free publication - only $3.00 for shipping and handling (MWTDD stands for Metropolitan Washington Telecommunication Directory for the Deaf) Send request with a check for $3.00 each book to: MWTDD, Inc. 814 Thayer Avenue, Suite 303 Silver Spring, MD 20910-4500 TTY 301-585-DEAF Fax 301 585 3324 Email: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Yellow Book "Who's Who" of key individuals and a comprehensive directory of associations, clubs, non-profit agencies, educational insitutions, government agencies, organizations, and publications serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Published annually and costs $49.95 including shipping and handling. Send an order and check or charge card information to: MWTDD, Inc. 814 Thayer Avenue, Suite 303 Silver Spring, MD 20910-4500 TTY 301-585-DEAF Fax 301-585-3324 Email:

For Hard of Hearing (HOH) and Late-Deafened Adults

ALDA (Association of Late Deafened Adults)
	P.O. Box 93075
	Rochester, N.Y. 14692-7375
	TTY: 708-445-0860

Bell Association for the Deaf
	3417 Volta Place, NW
	Washington, DC 20007
	Voice/TTY: (202) 337-5220

Hearing Health Magazine
	"Magazine designed for people who experience any degree of 
	hearing loss, tinnitus, or other ear disorder."
	P.O. Drawer V
	Ingleside, Texas 78362	
	361/776-7240 V/TTY
	361/776-3278 Fax 


	6773 Starboard Way
	Sacramento, California

	916-392-4253 (TTY) evenings
	fax 916-392-5750 anytime

	Operates under the signature:
	"The best collection of stories about late-deafness in the world today!"

	The publication is bi-monthly
	1 year   $18.00
	2 years $34.00

SHHH (Self Help for Hard of Hearing People) Journal
	7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 1200
	Bethesda, MD 20814
	TTY: (301) 657-2249 
	Voice: (301) 657-2248
	Fax:   (301) 913-9413
	Subscription to SHHH Journal is $20/year, includes
	membership in SHHH.