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Heather Atwell, Communications Manager
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Yankee Magazine’s March/April 2013 Issue

DUBLIN, New Hampshire (February 13, 2013)— Yankee Magazine’s March/April issue, on newsstands February 26, examines the power of place with feature stories about how land defines us. The theme continues through the entire issue with a reader hometown photo contest; a humorous look at New England’s mud season; and Edie Clark’s celebration for her 250-year old house.

“In New England— a region so compact, so woven with landscape and history and ancestry and tradition— the sense of place burrows more deeply than anywhere else,” says Yankee Magazine’s editor Mel Allen. “For editors, every issue is special in its own way, but some speak to us more than others. This is one of them.”

To read more, go “Inside the Issue.”

Yankee Magazine’s editors are experts on all things New England including travel, food, home and garden. They are willing to discuss a wide range of topics with the media. Please contact Heather Atwell with any requests to interview our editors, or with any other questions about covering Yankee.

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  1. carol hallenbeck November 8, 2008 at 9:36 am #

    A few years ago you published an article on a type of reindeer that “fly” soar thru the air. I believe it was about a farm that had these type of deer. Is there anyway I could obtain a copy of the article? It’s that time of year.
    Thank you,
    Carol Hallenbecl

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