October 10, 2007
For Immediate Release
Mt. Baker, WA - The snow is already falling and stoke is rising at the headquarters of The Ski Journal, skiingÃs highest quality publication, with shipping having begun on the new limited edition, #2.1. Featuring a lot more skiing than advertising, the coffee-table quality and craftsman printing of TSKJ compliments the home of any dedicated skier.
Incidentally, on the same day The Ski Journal shipped the new issue, nearly 30 inches of fresh snow fell in the nearby North Cascades. Coincidence. We think not.
Building upon the same high-quality that sold out our premiere issue, TSKJ #2.1 transports readers to an endless global winter. Anchored by a lengthy and revealing interview with Shane McConkey, this issue is all about ski culture. Other standout features in #2.1 include a tell-all on the making of Greg StumpÃs classic Maltese Flamingo by cinematographer and long-time Stump collaborator Bruce Benedict; Jackson Hole in the post-Vietnam/pre-TGR era; the deep soul of Vermont hardcore hideaway Jay Peak; AustriaÃs legendary Hahnenkamm; and much more.
The Ski Journal is a publication whose time has comeÃ³a collectible journal of skiingÃs greatest imagery and compelling stories. More than just another ski magazine, TSKJ is a fresh perspective for the future: The worldÃs highest quality ski publication. Owned and operated by skiers. In the mountains. Subscribe today before another issue sells out. http://www.theskijournal.com