Field & Stream announces new digital magazine
The last time I wrote a letter from the editor was when we were finishing work on the 125th anniversary issue of Field & Flow. In this column, I reflected on the rarity for a magazine to survive and thrive for such a long time. I also shared that I wasn’t quite sure what the next phase of Field & Flowthe legacy of – the start of the next 125 years, if you will – would look like.
Well, now I do. And I’m delighted to share this news with you: Field & Flow is going to be a digital magazine.
You may be wondering: What does a âdigital magazineâ mean? Great question. For starters, instead of having issues delivered to your mailbox, they will conveniently come to where you already consume so much F&S content every day – on your phone, tablet or computer. A digital edition also lends itself to a sleeker, more interactive design than a print magazine ever could, opening the door to video, audio, animation, and other dynamic add-ons that will improve your experience with the magazine.
At the risk of sounding like “But wait, there’s more!” infomercial spokesperson – there is, in fact, more.
With your digital subscription to Field & Flow, you will have access to the F&S archives where you can discover many of the best and most famous stories in the history of the magazine. All F&S subscribers too get a bonus subscription to the all-new digital edition of Outdoor living magazine. Four times a year, the two editorial teams will produce editions filled with unique and exciting outdoor stories. Check out this announcement on the first digital edition on to find out how access, Where purchase, your subscription to digital edition.
I’m tempted to share some details about what we (and Outdoor living) have planned our first digital editions, which should be released in early June, but I don’t want to spoil the surprise. Be excited, thoughâ¦ Until then, I encourage you to continue enjoying the great content we post every day on F & S.com, on Facebook and Instagram, and our weekly newsletter.
The last thought I shared in the editor’s letter I wrote for the 125th anniversary issue was a promise: whatever changes awaited F&S, they would never change our commitment to great stories – write so well that he will live forever. These digital editions are a change, yet exciting with the same heart and soul that has gone into every issue of Field & Flow for 126 years. And so, as we begin this exciting next phase in Field & Flow‘s legacy, I look forward to keeping this promise made to you.
Colin Kearns, Editor-in-Chief