September 26, 2007 - 6060 Publications is putting together a series of lifestyle publications designed to assist 60-year-old plus-aged boomers with an annual income over $60,000 who are seeking information relevant to their needs. The distribution is with partnering newspapers, beginning with the Traverse City Record Eagle in Traverse City, MI on November 9.
Mary Catherine Kelly is editor-in-chief. The bi-monthly magazine focuses on travel in January/February and then covers options, new horizons, fitness, community living, and home in subsequent issues.
September 26, 2007• TODAY’S VINTAGE, offers articles on decorating, collecting, old autos, fashion, travel, events and auctions. The monthly magazine debuted in August and is available by subscription or at antique shops, antique shows, and flea markets in the area around El Cajon, CA.
• LIFE:BEAUTIFUL targets Christian women with articles on inspiring best-life, homes and gardens, recipes, and creative project ideas. Wanda J. Ventling is editor of this quarterly magazine, which debuted with the Summer issue. This Grey Dog Media title is distributed by subscription and on newsstands nationally.
• ALBERTA LAND & LIFE covers travel, nature, events, history, adventure, geography and the culture of Alberta, Canada. At the helm of this quarterly magazine is publisher Brian Peters of Four Seasons Publishing & Communications. The premiere issue debuted in February and is distributed by subscription and at regional newsstands.
September 26, 2007 - ENERGY MANAGEMENT will "showcase energy-efficient products and technologies to property managers, facilities managers and engineers in industry, commerce and government."
Todd Phillips is editor of this bi-monthly CLB Media magazine, which is due to debut in December. 17,000 copies will be distributed under controlled circulation.
September 26, 2007 - GREEN BUSINESS is for senior company executives "who need to build their businesses while facing growing sustainability issues."
The bi-monthly magazine, due to launch in December, is a CLB Media publication. Todd Phillips, editor for the industrial and manufacturing arm of the company, oversees this title. 60,000 copies will be mailed across Canada.
September 25, 2007 - H MAGAZINE is for the residents of Henry County, GA. Topics include local personalities, businesses and lifestyles.
Teresa Mariano is editor-in-chief of this bi-monthly publication, which debuted last week with a distribution of 10,000 copies in the area. The second issue is due on newsstands November 1.
September 21, 2007• PURSUIT, is intended to be a “guide to wealth, fashion, collecting and travel.” The monthly magazine will debut in September 2008. Published by Dow Jones & Co., it will be distributed to 800,000 Wall Street Journal subscribers in a Saturday edition of the newspaper.
• TERRACE is a new upscale travel and lifestyle magazine that features one advertiser per issue. A sister title to TRACE, the magazine debuted on September 20 on New York and Los Angeles newsstands as well as being polybagged with TRACE. Claude Grunitzky is editor-in-chief of this quarterly publication.
• THE NOVA SCOTIA POLICY REVIEW "examines policy and strategy emerging at the community, municipal, provincial and federal levels and explores ideas circulating in communities, academia and industry.” Rachel Brighton is editor of this quarterly journal, which debuted with the June issue and is distributed by subscription and in area book stores.
• FOOD HQ is all about recipes, celebrities, and articles on nutrition. The bi-monthly magazine, published by Multi-Media International, debuted September 18 on national newsstands.
September 21, 2007 - EDIBLE AUSTIN helps central Texas readers "learn about where to buy delicious, locally grown, seasonal foods." Additional coverage focuses on area restaurants and vineyards that use organic, local ingredients.
Publisher Marla Camp oversees this quarterly magazine, which debuted with the Fall issue and is one of 33 Edible Communities' regional publications. 20,000 copies are distributed in 30 counties through food stores and farmer's markets.
September 21, 2007 - NEWPORT BEACH MAGAZINE offers coverage on community, health and fitness, family matters, home and garden, real estate, dining and entertainment, and events.
Randall Lichner is editor-in-chief of this VIP Media Group publication, which launched with the September/October issue. The editorial calendar indicates that a monthly publication frequency is planned for 2008. Distribution is by subscription and on magazine racks located throughout Newport Beach, Balboa Island, Balboa Peninsula, Corona Del Mar, Lido Island, and Lido Village.
September 19, 2007 - BIO-OPTICS WORLD "will focus on the design, development, and utilization of optical technologies for the study, diagnosis, and treatment of disease and disease processes." Topics range from molecular imaging and cancer diagnostics to drug discovery and tissue engineering.
Kathy Kincade is editor-in-chief of this bi-monthly publication from PennWell Corporation. The debut issue is planned for January.
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September 19, 2007 • ORANGE COAST WEDDINGS will offer wedding-related advice for the Orange County, CA area. The bi-annual magazine, a sister title to LOS ANGELES WEDDINGS, debuts this February. 40,000 copies will be distributed from Orange County to northern San Diego.
• TEENS NOW TALK offers teens in Nova Scotia, Canada a chance to contribute articles on local and teen related issues, as well as fashion news, events, fiction, and poetry. Jessica Bowden is publisher of this quarterly magazine, which will debut in December.
• COMPANY is for Canadian businesswomen. Anne Day oversees this quarterly magazine, which offers articles and resources that “support women in building and growing their businesses.” Published by Company of Women, the magazine is distributed to members and in the greater Toronto area.
• JUNIOR SHOOTERS offers advice to youngsters interested in “shooting and the many disciplines,” as well as gear, protection, events, and organizations. Andy Fink is editor-in-chief of this quarterly magazine, which debuted with the Summer 2007 issue. The publication is a sister title to SHOOT! MAGAZINE and is distributed in book and retail stores.
September 18, 2007 • TELEMARK SKIER MAGAZINE is re-launching this October as an annual. Eugene Buchanan is editor of this Height of Land Publications' magazine, which plans to publish a full complement of issues from September 2008 through February 2009.
• PILLARS OF AUGUSTA LIFE is a regional lifestyle magazine, focusing on Augusta, GA business people and other area notables. Publisher Randall Floyd oversees this monthly magazine, which debuted this month.
• MEDICAL TOURISM offers insights on traveling overseas for healthcare and surgery. Topics include care quality, legal issues, costs, news, and country profiles. This Medical Tourism Association magazine debuts in October.
• SIGNATURE MONTANA is a regional magazine focusing on “people, businesses, art and artists, fashion, home décor, vacation destinations, history, and culinary trends” throughout northcentral Montana. The quarterly Winston Publishing title debuts in October.
September 14, 2007• SWORLD TUNNELING AND TRENCHLESS WORLD, formerly TUNNELING & TRENCHLESS CONSTRUCTION, targets the underground construction sector with an “emphasis on the increasing importance of both large and small bore technologies, but also to reflect the growing cross-over between the two.” The new version launches this month and the editor is George Demetri.
• ROCZINE offers Midwest coverage of local and national signed and indie bands, with eight to 10 profiles/interviews per issue. The quarterly magazine debuted with the Summer 2007 issue and is currently distributed in Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and California.
• GUITAR EDGE offers guitarists song tablature as well as how-to articles on technique. The bi-monthly magazine if from Music Dispatch Publications and launched with the November/December 2006 issue. Distribution is by subscription.
• UNSIGNED THE MAGAZINE covers the endeavors of independent creators of music, movies, and TV. Mut Asheru is editor-in-chief of this magazine, which is based in Irving, TX.
September 14, 2007 - LOLA is for Boston area women in their 20s, 30, and 40s. Articles will cover relationships, restaurants, healthy living, fashion, finance, volunteering, and day-tripping. Susanne Althoff will oversee the magazine as consulting editorial director. The publication, which debuts in mid-November, will increase to a monthly publication frequency with the January issue. This Boston Glove Media title is sister to DESIGN NEW ENGLAND and FASHION BOSTON and will distribute 45,000 copies through 800 locations around Boston.
September 12, 2007• SEX, DRUGS, & ROCK ‘N’ ROLL offers mainstream and indie commentary in regard to entertainment, sex, and counterculture issues. Co-editors-in-chief Jake Brown and Cheryl A. Hoahing lead the quarterly magazine, which is set to debut in November.
• MJJMAGAZINE – THE MICHAEL JACKSON MAGAZINE has published its first issue, containing topics such as tour history, personal moments, associate interviews, and fan information.
• HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS – THE MAGAZINE has added three new franchises to the six existing regional publications. The St. Paul, MN edition will launch in October and is overseen by Bob Burk. Kevin and Hannah Erickson are at the helm of the Fort Worth, TX edition, which is due to debut in November, as is the Greater Reading, PA edition, which is owned by Steve and Lisa Miller.
• STAY TOONED! MAGAZINE is for all levels of cartooning artists, including animators, comic book artists, greeting card creators, and illustrators. John Read is the founder of this quarterly publication, which is set to launch in November.
September 12, 2007 - DAMSEL "brings together the essential aspects of fashion, culture, and beauty in order to provide a full mind and body awareness." Content includes trend forecasting, shopping locations, and news.
Luann Petix is editor-in-chief of this monthly magazine, which debuted this month and has a circulation of 45,000 copies. Distribution is by subscription and in area boutiques, hair salons, and restaurants.
September 12, 2007 - FLORIDA HOME IMPROVE's mission is to help affluent readers in the Palm Beach, FL area create their dream home. Topics range from remodeling and decorating to gardening and home maintenance.
Publisher Fern L. Conn is at the helm of this publication, which debuts in October and will be published every six weeks. An initial distribution of 45,000 copies will be mailed to commercial trade members and available at 700 locations in the county.
September 11, 2007
• NEW JERSEY’S MONMOUTH COUNTY highlights area attractions, including beaches, shopping, entertainment, historic sites, parks, and activities. The magazine is published by the Monmouth County Department of Economic Development and Tourism.
• RUNDOWN is an extension of Angela Simmons’ column in the WORD UP! hip-hop/rap magazine. The debut issue is expected on newsstands in October.
• DELOITTE REVIEW is for corporate executives interested in strategic trends, best practices, and commentary from business leaders. Jon Warshawsky is editor of this bi-annual Deloitte & Touche USA publication, which debuted with the Summer 2007 issue.
• CELEB LIFE, sister title to CELEB STAFF, will be “exploring how millionaires and billionaires are giving back to society.” Published by Golden Eagle Publishing House, the magazine is due to debut in November.
September 10, 2007 - FASHION INDIE features emerging fashion trends and designers. Topics range from interviews and news to reviews, brand discovery, sales, events, and shopping destinations.
The monthly magazine debuts this month during New York Fashion Week. 10,000 copies are distributed through New York City boutiques.
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September 10, 2007 - WETPIXEL QUARTERLY offers interviews, articles, and images that relate to high-quality underwater photography. It is also "a forum for a necessary dialog on marine conservation among photographers, researchers, conservationists, and the general public."
Founders Eric Cheng and Elijah Foolery oversee this quarterly magazine, which launches with the September issue. The publication "accepts and encourages contributions from professional and amateur photographers alike." Distribution is by subscription and can also be found in dive shops and related businesses.
September 10, 2007• I-PARENT is a new magazine for the residents of McDonough County, IL. Topics include critical prevention, general parenting issues, and services listings. Courtney Blankenship and Tammy LaPrad oversee this publication, which debuts in October and will be distributed to households with children under the age of 18.• CLEAR offers high-end fashion and interior design coverage. The magazine is published by V Publications.
• ST. LOUIS CEO includes topics such as political commentary, products and services, and business growth ideas. Published by Anthem Publishing, the magazine debuted with the July issue.
• THE LONELY SEAGULL is based in Oakland, CA and is concerned about “writing, thinking, art, music, place, animals, and people.” The annual magazine debuted in August.
September 5, 2007 - SCIENCE ILLUSTRATED will "explore culture, technology, medicine and nature for people interested in the sciences." The goal is to translate "complex science and research subject matter for the masses."
Mark Jannot is editor-in-chief of the bi-monthly magazine, which is an English-language version of a Scandinavian science magazine. The Bonnier Corporation publication will launch in January with a distribution of 170,000 copies, by subscription and on newsstands.
September 5, 2007 - BREATHING offers people suffering from pulmonary disorders insights into new and current therapies, home care services and equipment, research news, and lifestyle information.
Publisher Howard Mason oversees this quarterly magazine, which is published by the Academy of Certified Case Managers. The September launch issue has a circulation of 30,000 copies.
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