By: Spacelab Research Staff
Harp magazine has decided to pull the plug on its own existence, stopping the publishing of the magazine immediately. The current issue will be the last.
In a news story posted on the Harp web site on Monday, the magazine describes the decision to end the publishing of both the print and online version of Harp.
Struggling with publishing costs and profitability, Harp found it hard to compete against the explosion of online media.
"Guthrie, Inc., the company that publishes Harp magazine, announced today that it has discontinued publishing Harp, effective immediately. The last issue sent to subscribers and newsstands was the March/April issue with Dave Grohl on the cover," reads the opening paragraph, sounding ominously like an epitaph.