Issue 2: Mad River
The Collective Quarterly is a magazine about discovery. The team journeys to one location per issue, where they utilize slow journalism to drill deep into the bedrock of history and character that makes a place what it is. Collective Quarterly aims to chronicle the essence of a region during a moment in time.
Issue 2: Located in Vermont’s Mad River Valley—an area known for its ingenuity, tenacity, and unadulterated beauty—this episode of The Collective Quarterly includes a look at a German refugee who produces politically charged puppet shows in the Northeast Kingdom, a woman who forges kitchen knives out of old horse-hoof rasps from her father’s farm, and a vibrant community architects whose wacky designs dot Prickly Mountain.
- 200+ pages
- soft-touch laminate cover
- 8.5” x 11”
- Printed in the USA
- Four-color lithograph press
- Carbon neutral green printing.