A print magazine about one place in North America per issue.
For six years years, I was the editorial director of The Collective Quarterly, a 200-page print magazine about one place per issue.
We tried to make the world a little smaller by embedding into small communities around North America for days, weeks, and months at a time. We tackled one place per issue, and we gave voice to the struggles and triumphs of the people who lived there.
We met Blackfeet Indians in Montana, mad-genius architects in Vermont, surfers in California, survivalists in North Carolina, lobster fisherwomen in Maine, fugitive desert men in the Mojave, and pugilistic conservationists in Georgia. We ate and drank with them, we listened to music together in dusty saloons, and we shared their stories as best we knew how.