Recipe for Press

Revolutionizing the Way Entrepreneurs Manage Their Own Public Relations

Check it Out: The Collective Quarterly

  Who they are: The Collective Quarterly travels to one destination per issue, capturing the essence of a region within the pages of each quarterly publication. Telling “true stories to people who delight in the uncommon,” this magazine documents the beauty of the world near and far. Why we are fans: If you have a …Continue Reading

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Check it out: Anthology Magazine

  Who they are: Published on a quarterly basis, Anthology Magazine is a high-end home and lifestyle magazine covering décor, travel, design, entertaining and culture. Founders Meg Mateo Ilasco and Anh-Minh Le conceived their ideal publication with the belief that “print is not dead,” and that life should be lived with “substance and style.” Why …Continue Reading

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Check It Out: Tiny Atlas Quarterly

Who They Are:   As a travel and lifestyle magazine, Tiny Atlas Quarterly is a self-described “collective of talented creatives that specializes in telling rich, beautiful stories that unfold through images, art, and personal accounts of fascinating people and remarkable places”. Why We’re Fans: Tiny Atlas Quarterly has free online articles to satisfy your photography fix …Continue Reading

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Check it out: Frankie Magazine

Who they are: Today we are saying “good onya” to a very special publication from down under. Frankie Magazine, a bi-monthly publication from Australia, highlights editorial photos, interviews, product reviews, and photography projects, all in keeping with Frankie’s charmingly off–beat personality. Why we’re fans: Like any successful business these days, Frankie works to maintain a …Continue Reading

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Confessions of an Editor

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