The issue is 36 pages long–but you may find the 73-page single-column version at http://citesandinsights.info/civ15i9on.pdf easier to read, and it’s slightly more complete. (I had to delete columns from some tables to get them to fit into the narrower column without reducing type to 6 or 7 points, which I regarded as unreadably small.)
The issue consists of one essay:
Intersections: The Gold OA Landscape 2011-2014 pp. 1-36
This is an excerpted version of the book of the same name, including roughly half the text, none of the dozens of graphs, and about one-third of the overall content (at least by pagination).
It provides all the overall numbers for this first comprehensive study of serious gold OA publishing (where I define “serious” as “included in the Directory of Open Access Journals“), and a few examples of what’s in the subject coverage–but it omits most subject details and a number of secondary aspects of the overall coverage.
It should give you a good picture of where things stand with gold open access throughout the world, not just in English-speaking (or English-publishing) countries. While some of you (and your libraries) should and will find the book worth purchasing (I hope), this report should be enough for many of you.
The only added material is a brief introductory note with links to the book site.