The Collective Quarterly is a 200-page travel + lifestyle print publication about discovery. Our team journeys to one location per issue, where we utilize slow journalism to drill deep into the bedrock of history and character that makes a place what it is. When we travel, we’re searching for the essence of a region during a moment in time. Our stories are about uncommon people, places, and things.
- Well-traveled, well-read, and well-researched men and women (65%–35%) between the ages of 25 to 65.
- Aspirational, frequent purchasers who trust word of mouth instead of pushy direction.
- Proud of discovering new and unusual places, objects, and experiences.
- High willingness to spend money on products and experiences that are of notable quality and add value to their lives.
- 10,000+ worldwide print circulation
- Print readership: 54% growth per issue
- Available in 200+ selected global newsstands, 300+ of the most influential lifestyle and outdoor boutiques globally, and at more than 500 Barnes & Noble bookstores across the United States
- Social media reach per issue: 6.2 million and growing
200 pages, soft-touch laminate cover, perfect bound, 8.5” x 11.” Printed in Canada by Hemlock Printers, on a four-color lithograph press. Carbon neutral green printing.
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Issue 4 focuses on the area surrounding Asheville, North Carolina. We listen to itinerant buskers passing through town via railroad, delve inside complicated neo-primitive communities seeking to live outside of civilization, meet a French World War II survivor who has devoted her life to building an art cathedral, and much more.