Did you know that Little Indiana publishes a quarterly magazine? It is written by Hoosiers, for Hoosiers, and Hoosiers at heart. It’s spring in Indiana. What’s not to love?
Little Indiana Quarterly Magazine SPRING Edition
This is a labor of love by so many folks across the state. Authors, bloggers, newspaper journalists, and writers all lent a hand to make sure that this second print and digital magazine edition would be just as Indiana town info-packed as the first.
They certainly succeeded. It’s a huge big hug for our state. It’s a magazine that will appeal to travelers and armchair travelers. It’s image heavy because I know you like a real close look at what I, and the rest of the writers, are actually talking about.
You will find work from John Updike, Lindsey Stuffel, Cheryl K. Bennett, Jayme Goffin, Emily Perkins, LaRea Slater, “Li’l” Little Indiana (aka Kid #1, our oldest son), Melissa Stecher, and Kelly Heet. Okay, and me.
Support Small Towns
Really, that’s the heart of each and every issue of Little Indiana–and that goes for the website you are reading right now, too.
In this issue you will find articles on Indiana’s Antique Alley, the story of a small town that no longer exists in the Spring–a childhood of playing marbles, hunting for morels, and fishing, identifying with a Hoosier writer, creative cupcake ideas, as well as a small business story (or two).
But there’s more. There’s the joy of walking in a small town, a child’s view of a great spring place to play, and an Indiana woman’s beekeeping experience and info about the process–and then some.
So, you can find the print and digital versions online for purchase. They will be shipped directly to your home from the publishing company. If you order the print version, which would be very handy for Indiana road trips, you should know that a free digital copy comes with the print edition. That’s my way of saying a big “thank you” for supporting Little Indiana.
Little Indiana: The Magazine
You may preview the Indiana magazine in full on MagCloud. I wanted you to be able to see the whole thing, so you would know what you were going to get. Nothing beats the feel of real pages, though. No matter what option you choose, I hope you fall in love with Indiana all over again because of it. As with everything here on Little Indiana, if I didn’t absolutely love it, I wouldn’t release it.
If you are a Hoosier writer, author, blogger, or just handy with a pen, I am always up for magazine contributors. Please send me an email with your big idea. I start planning the magazine early so please don’t delay. I’d love to hear from you and learn more about your fantastic Indiana-related idea.
Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.
Just don’t forget to tell them that Little Indiana sent you.
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