Who we are
I am Tina T. Kove, owner of Arctic Circle Press. I own and manage this website as well as the newsletter listed below. You can contact me with any concerns by filling out this form. I write under the pseudonyms of Nick Kove and Therese Baye.
Sites affected by this policy
- The Arctic Circle Press website (includes a blog subscription option)
Data collection: website
Non-personally identifying information such as browser type, referring site, date and time of visit may be collected for the purpose of understanding how visitors use the site. This information is not released or shared with anyone not associated with Arctic Circle Press.
Personally identifying information such as IP address, name, email address, website address are collected for users who choose to leave comments on posts. Email addresses will not be posted, only name and website address if the user chooses to share it. This information is used by WordPress to send further comments/responses to users who choose to receive them or by Arctic Circle Press for the sole purpose of communicating with website visitors. This information will not be disclosed to anyone outside of Arctic Circle Press and it’s contractors except in response to a court order or governmental request.
At times, similar data may be collected on other forms for giveaways, book orders, opinion polls, etc. We will not ask for any data that is not necessary and relevant for the purpose stated on the form.
Held on file with WordPress: name and email address of anyone who signs up to receive updates when something is added to the website. Users may unsubscribe from these updates at any time.
Data collection: newsletter
Data Collection: PayHip and Patreon
Both PayHip and Patreon require you to create accounts with them in order to do business. This will include name, email, and delivery address so that Arctic Circle Press may fulfil book orders on PayHip and send rewards on Patreon. However, Arctic Circle Press cannot manage or remove your data from these services. This is something you must do yourself from within their website.
Your rights based on GDPR
- You have the right to access your personal data and to know how we use it.
- You have the right to request that we update or correct your personal data.
- You have the right to be forgotten. In other words, you may request that we will delete your personal data.
At the bottom of every email received from the blog subscription or the newsletter subscription are links to update your data or unsubscribe entirely. This does not delete your personal data from WordPress or MailerLite. To have your data deleted or if you don’t want to wait for the next email, you can contact Arctic Circle Press by filling out this form at any time with your request.
All queries and requests relating to your personal data can be directed to Arctic Circle Press by filling out this form.