Snow may be in the forecast, but Lincoln County Publishing Co. is already developing its slate of spring and summer publications, including Lincoln County Magazine, the lobster and lighthouse guides, and a new edition of one of the publishing company’s most popular offerings.
Lincoln County Magazine will return after a successful creative revamp in 2018. The free magazine will arrive as an insert in local copies of The Lincoln County News and will be available at many area businesses and visitor centers.
Five issues of the magazine will be published from May through September, and each edition has its own theme: Outdoors, Live from Lincoln County, Farm and Table, Made in Lincoln County, and Live Well.
The editorial, advertising, and design staff have already been at work for months developing content for the magazine. Christine LaPado-Breglia, the newspaper’s arts and lifestyle editor, serves as the magazine’s editor. Megan Hyson, graphic designer for the newspaper, oversees the layout and look for the magazine.
“As we come out of a very successful first year and into our second year of publishing the revamped version of Lincoln County Magazine, I am excited that we will be covering even more of the fun and interesting people, activities, and venues that Lincoln County has to offer,” LaPado-Breglia said. “This area offers a gold mine of things to do and people to chat with and I am thankful that we have the local support that enables our writers to write the stories that matter!”
The Everything About Lighthouses on the Midcoast and Everything About Lobster on the Midcoast guides will also return for their third season. These handy guides, distributed throughout the state, offer insightful information for residents and visitors alike.
Finally, Lincoln County Publishing Co. is proud to announce a new edition of the Lincoln County Road Atlas will soon be available. With the last edition of the atlas printed in 2012, the upcoming fifth edition will include many improvements, including larger, color maps and contour lines.
“While some may doubt that a road atlas still has relevancy in the age of GPS, we can’t keep the last edition on the shelves,” said Maia Zewert, marketing and engagement coordinator for Lincoln County Publishing Co. “With private roads and unreliable cell service, the Lincoln County Road Atlas is the most reliable way to know if you can get there from here.”
There are still advertising opportunities available in each of the publications. In the case of the Lincoln County Road Atlas, all advertisers will be able to purchase copies of the book for half off the cover price of $8.95.
To inquire about advertising opportunities in special publications, contact Zewert at 563-3171 or email email@example.com.