Saturday, May 4, 2013

Hot Off the Press!

Our summer 2013 issue came off the press on May 1st. 
It will be available on newsstands and major bookstore chains
across the US and Canada in mid-May. 
You will also find our magazine in over 
400 prim and antique shops
across the US and Canada.
If you are a subscriber, you copy is on its way 
to a mailbox near you!

In this issue, you will find six patriotic homes 
all decked out in red, white and blue! 
Enjoy a spectacular garden tour, 
a perfectly decorated primitive porch
and much more!

Here is a sneak peek of what's in store for you:

How would you like to see your dream kitchen come to life?
One of our lucky readers will win a kitchen design plan from
The Workshops of David T. Smith!
David will personally design your dream kitchen!
See our website for details on how you can enter to win!

If you have not yet subscribed to our magazine, 
what are you waiting for?
For more info on how to order this issue 
or any back issue you may have missed,
please visit our website at

Sunday, January 27, 2013

New Additions & Exciting News

We are excited to announce the release of 
A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine 
to major bookstore chains and newsstands across the US and Canada starting with the spring 2013 issue. 
In the US, you will find us in Barnes & Noble, 
Books-A-Million and Hastings to list a few. 
Two of the largest and most well-known bookstores in 
Canada, Chapters and Indigo, 
will also carry A Primitive Place. 
You will also find us on major newsstands in New York City, 
Philadelphia and Cleveland metropolitan areas, 
to just name a few. 
Don't worry, we will still be offering wholesale to shops,
 as well as subscriptions.

With the release of the spring 2013 issue, 
we welcomed Betsy Heck to our staff
as Contributing Writer! 
Armed with a Bachelor of Journalism degree 
from the University of Missouri,
Betsy set out into the world to one day 
become the first female editor of Sports Illustrated.
Living in St. Louis, however, magazine opportunities 
were few and far between and the world wide web 
had not yet become the you-can-work-from-anywhere 
force it is today. 
So Betsy embarked on what would become a 
25+ years career in marketing/advertising. 
Today she’s thrilled to marry her first love, 
writing, with her passion for antiques 
(first as a buyer, then as a dealer) 
as she joins the team at A Primitive Place.

With the release of the summer 2013 issue, 
we will bring on board Alex Pifer of The Seraph
to the A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine staff.
Alex brings an extensive background in decorating 
and will debut her decorating column
in our summer 2013 issue.

At this time, we would like to extend a big thank you 
to our fans, friends, and family. 
We appreciate your support and look forward 
to what 2013 has in store for us.
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