Frequently Asked Questions



Who do we send our recordings to for you to review on Terrascope Online?

Andrew Young is our primary point of contact for all physical releases (CDs, LPs, cassettes, etc). Andrew can be reached by email at  (watch out for the underscore_character part way through that email address!)

Postal address: Andrew Young, Terrascope Reviews Editor, 10, Phillips Hatch, Wonersh, Surrey GU5 0PX (England)

The Terrascope's guiding policy is that if it doesn't exist in some physical format then it doesn't exist at all; however if you really want someone to listen to your digital creations then drop a line to Phil McMullen at and he will try to line you up with one of the regular contributors

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What's happening with the magazine these days?


The Ptolemaic Terrascope Magazine ceased publication altogether in 2005.

The Terrascopaedia magazine, a letterpress publication printed and published by the Ptolemaic Press, was first published in 2012, and is still occasionally appearing.

The Terrascopaedia has its own website, here:

email Phil McMullen, the printer, editor and publisher, at

print (at)

address: 37 Sandridge Road, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 7BQ England


Will there be another Terrastock or Woolf Music festival?

Phil McMullen has retired, but never say never again. See the events page for more details:

Terrascope Events

A history of the Terrastock festivals may be found by visiting the Terrastock home page, here