- This is the highlight of my month! But how do I get the online version? Review by MuseLover
I think I got my subscription for my birthday one year. I don't remember when- at least two or three years ago. And since then, I have always looked forward to the first of each month, when I pester my mom by saying "is Muse here yet? Have you checked the mail? Is it heeereeee yeeeeeet? PLEEEEEEAAASE tell me it's here!" I just can't figure out how to get the online edition! Then I can read it whenever, wherever. Any advice?
Thanks for your kind words. Please contact our Customer Service department at 1-800-821-0115 (8 am — 9 pm EST Monday — Friday) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be able to determine if your subscription comes with digital access (some are for the print version only). They can also help upgrade you, if necessary.
We hope that helps and thanks again for being a loyal MUSE reader.
(Posted on 11/21/18)
- Thank you Review by Erin
I'm now 20 and studying Game Design and doing research at an incredible university lab in a wonderful city. I was just working on a proposal for work when "Pac-Manhattan" came up. Thank you for being part of what kep my interest in STEM and STEAM - this game dev and researcher know you were part of why I stuck with it.
(Posted on 11/16/17)
- Muse is awesome! Review by Anonymous
I love Muse! It is the best magazine I get and is really interesting.
(Posted on 11/12/17)
- Parallel U Review by Anthony N.
Hey Muse editors, this is Anthony. I was the little twelve year old who sat in his seventh grade science class reading his new edition of Muse when he glanced on the page and saw that there was a contest for the new comic name. Being the nerd I was, ( heck I still am, who am I kidding, ) a ingenious named popped in my head. "Parallel University." Of course, I had to Email it to you quickly, so no one could enter my brain and steal my idea. In December, I turned 13. The day after my birthday I got the new edition in the mail. "Parallel U" Holy crap you actually published my idea. Your magazine helped me go through the roughest time in my life. Shortly after, my family couldn't afford the magazine anymore. So here I am in the middle of my sophomore year and Muse went through my head. I really miss the magazine. From helping me through science reports and English speeches, to sucking up to my teacher and showing them an article on blood transfusion, you guys did it all. Thanks Muse, for making this world a better place for me to live in.
(Posted on 11/6/17)
- This Magazine is Amazing! Review by El
I've been getting Muse for several years now, and I absolutely love it! It's super interesting, and great for anyone interested in science, also, it does a really great job explaining stuff without dumming it down so much it's boring. I would HIGHLY recommend this magazine to anyone interested in science.
(Posted on 11/6/17)
- not very interesting tbh Review by sheinapotato
i would like it better if it had more humor thats all im saying
(Posted on 10/10/17)
- can't live without it Review by Muse Mom
I accidentally let our Muse subscription lapse and my 12 year old said, "Mom, you have to get it back TODAY! I can't live without it."
(Posted on 2/27/17)
- Complete drop down in quality Review by FormerMuseReader
This magazine used to be so much better when Kokopelli was in it. It's changed and gotten uninteresting. The digital editions were even fun and interactive at first. But now, I don't want to subscribe at all. Huge loss of what happened to the magazine.
(Posted on 4/28/16)
- Love it! Review by MuseLoverAmI
I cannot begin to describe how much I love muse magazine. I learn so much from it and can't wait to get the next issue. I love every part of the magazine, it is hard to pick a favorite (part that is). My only complaint is the new muses. The old ones were so loveable and the new ones are ulck! Other than that this magazine is the best.
(Posted on 3/16/16)
- Thank you Review by Clara, Missouri
Thank you for turning hours of geometry and algebra into hours that fly by with stories about life and space and time. In elementary school, it was always comforting to know that my precious copy of Muse was in my backpack.
This probably sounds cheesy, but Muse makes me happier. Getting a new issue makes my whole week better. I’ve spent countless hours past midnight reading fascinating articles about plants in space, zombies, and glaciers. I want to do extensive research behind the “false stories.” The “Do the Math” column gives me puzzles that bring my brain close to breaking. But Muse has made me more accepting of challenges.
(Posted on 3/3/16)