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Traverse (magazine)

Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine
Publisher Deborah Wyatt Fellows
First issue 1981
Company Prism Publications
Country  United States
Based in Traverse City, Michigan
Language English
Website ISSN 0746-2735

Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine is a monthly magazine about life in Northern Michigan including Petoskey, Mackinac Island, Harbor Springs, Frankfort, Traverse City, Leelanau County, the Upper Peninsula, and more. Founded in June, 1981,[1] Traverse has 23,000 subscribers throughout the country and sells 8,000 copies on newsstands throughout the Midwest. Four-color photography and articles on nature, food, wine, restaurants, recreation, events, essays, history and lifestyle of Northern Michigan. Other magazines produced by the staff of Traverse include Northern Home & Cottage, MyNorth Vacation Guide, MyNorth Wedding, Meetings North, Senior Living, Holidays Up North and more. Books published include The Cottage Cookbook, and Reflections of a Life Up North.

Awards

  • 2007: Magazine of the Year, International Regional Magazine Association
  • 2008: Silver award for general excellence, City and Regional Magazine Association
  • 2007: Silver award for general excellence, City and Regional Magazine Association
  • 2006: Bronze award for general excellence, City and Regional Magazine Association
  • 2005: Silver award for general excellence, City and Regional Magazine Association
  • 2003: Gold award for general excellence, City and Regional Magazine Association

References

External links

  • MyNorth
  • http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wiaa/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=1303969
  • http://www.emediawire.com/releases/Traverse/Magazine/emw566101.htm
  • http://www.NWMichiganMommies.com
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