About Popular Mechanics
Popular Mechanics is an American magazine that focuses on popular science news, technology news and information, and an array of other topics including automotive, home, outdoors, electronics, science, Do-It-Yourself, and technology. The magazine was founded in 1902 by Henry Haven Windsor. The magazine was founded in Chicago, IL but the headquarters are now located in New York City, New York. Since 1958, Hearst Communications has owned the magazine. The Publisher is Cameron Connors. The Editor-in-Chief is Ryan D’Agostino. The magazine is published on a monthly basis and has over 1.2 million subscribers. There are ten issues published per year. Some notable articles have been contributed include Guglielmo Marconi, Thomas Edison, Jules Verne, Barney Oldfield, Knute Rockne, Winston Churchill, Charles Kettering, Tom Wolfe, Buzz Aldrin, Teddy Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and Jay Leno. In 1986, the magazine won the National Magazine Award in the Leisure Interest category. In 2008, the magazine won the National Magazine Award in the Personal Service category. The magazine is intended for those who love science and technology. On the website, there are also blogs, videos, and photos submitted by other readers and contributors. Subscriptions are available in one-year and two-year periods. One-year includes 10 issues of the magazine and is $12. The two-year subscription includes 20 issues and is $20. Both subscriptions automatically renew. Magazine subscriptions may also be available (at a discount) by third-party vendors. You can cancel your subscription at any time. We have made the process easier by compiling a step-by-step instructional guide for you to follow to easily cancel the subscription. The guide includes the pieces of information that you need to have handy, as well as contact details for Popular Mechanics. Please continue reading this page for more information.