If you haven't heard about it yet, it's not too late to pick up an issue of Silent Film Quarterly, a new print magazine devoted to, yes, silent film.
Patterned after classic silent era publications like Moving Picture World and Photoplay, Silent Film Quarterly plans to "focus on lesser-known silent films" and "pay tribute to the unsung heroes of the silent era, as well as the forgotten films of the era's biggest stars."
Original features in Issue 1 include "The Moving Picture World: Where Everything Old Is New Again" by Annette D'Agostino Lloyd, "A Real-Life Cowboy: William S. Hart and the St. Francis Dam Disaster" by E.J. Stephens, and "Letters from the Stars: A Girl's Scrapbook of Mail from the Screen's First Idols" by magazine editor Charles Epting, and "When Silents Roared: Dinosaurs Take the Big Screen" by some guy named Cory Gross. There are also a number of supplementary pieces including original articles from the classic silent film magazines that haven't been reprinted in nearly a century.
Silent Film Quarterly's official website can be found here, and they can be found on Facebook as well.