GOOD magazine, which went digital-only in 2013, returns to print as a quarterly
GOOD’s newly revamped magazine is available by subscription and at Barnes & Noble stores, as well as select Hudson Booksellers and Whole Foods
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – March 30, 2015 — GOOD Worldwide, Inc., today re-launched GOOD magazine as a quarterly print journal for globally minded individuals who want to be part of pushing the world forward. Each issue of the reimagined print publication, whose Spring 2015 issue hits newsstands today, contains impactful, socially conscious content, accompanied by lush photography, all connected by an overarching theme challenging readers to get out of their minds and into the world.
“People still love print, but they’re expecting different perspectives than they have in the past. Today, our readers are seeking a magazine that is thought-provoking, intellectually satisfying, and something beautiful that they’ll want to hold onto and make a part of their lives,” said Casey Caplowe, Co-Founder of GOOD. “With that in mind, we set out to create a periodical that was more than just a quick skim; one that digs deeper into provocative issues, offers new ideas, and poses questions intended to inspire our readers.”
The Spring 2015 issue diversely explores what it means to be a global citizen in the 21st century. Featured stories include:
- Walking the Maze: A Unified Theory of Pope Francis – an analysis of the sharp contrasts of Pope Francis and the Catholic Church
- Turbulent Calm: Dispatches from the War on Distraction – a dissection of the pros and cons of mindfulness
- Champagne in the Peel: The Adventure to Save One of the World’s Last Great Wildernesses – an in-depth look at the fight – and win – to preserve the Yukon wilderness
Founded in 2006, the award-winning publication converted to a digital-only format in 2013 before coming full circle this year with the resurgence of the print edition and an overhauled website. GOOD’s newly revamped magazine is available by subscription and at Barnes & Noble stores as well as select Hudson Booksellers and Whole Foods, with more retailers to be announced in the near future. To read select stories from the Spring 2015 issue and more, visit good.is, and follow GOOD on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.