Summer Issue '23
Summer '23 Issue //
Summer is about getting out, exploring new places and ideas, and hitting refresh on the old routine. In this issue, we honor northern Michigan’s most vibrant season with stories reflecting that sense of adventure and discovery, while finding the new, next, and beyond.
Grammy-award winning musician Andrew Dost provides some insights on his creative process, and what to expect from his current and future projects. In a beautiful and sincere photo essay, writer and photographer Jenny Bremer shares her deeply personal, and influential relationship with the expansive shorelines of Lake Michigan. Jennifer Justus, editor of Wildsam Field Guides, previews the new Northern Michigan edition, with their mission of sharing pathways to deep connections and wonders in the world, for travelers and locals alike.
From a pop-up brunch, to a well-known Traverse City food truck, to a brand new brick and mortar restaurant, Bray and Brittney McCabe of Glendale Burger Shop take their culinary love to the next level. Adventure writer Courtney Bierschbach penned an essay on finding a new perspective of northern Michigan from a powered paraglider, and discovering a local community of fliers and adventure seekers. Finally, writer and researcher Emily Walbridge looks for answers, and finds reverence in the revisiting of childhood imaginations and indigenous heritage in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
9.5" x 6.5" Handsomely bound, color throughout. Not super glossy, instead with textured paper. Feels more like a book than a magazine. Is clean in design with striking imagery and easy to read. Someone would be happy to have it on their coffee table.
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