Backwoods Home magazine is back!

I was very excited to get an email today that Backwoods Home magazine will be back to publishing!

A year ago they stopped publishing the magazine after almost 3 decades of it being around. I had been a subscriber for several years and have nearly 15 of their anthology books. 

If you aren’t familiar with the magazine, check out their website to see what kind of articles and information they have:

Backwoods Home magazine

If you decide you want to subscribe, here is the link they sent for that

Subscribe

And just to be sure you know, I don’t work for them or get a penny from them. I truly enjoy their magazine and website though and suspect you would too!

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  • I have a few dozen issues of Backwoods Home along with every Mother Earth News from #1 until a few years ago. I have two problems though. The first is that I have some impaired vision that I’ll mention at some point in your other column and try now to only get digital versions of magazines, like all that I have from the NRA. The other problem is that when you subscribe for years to magazines, you start to get piles of them, and we just don’t need any more clutter, LOL.
    I do however; concur with your assessment of BW as a great magazine.

    • LOL! I would be too embarrassed to show a picture of my stack of BW and other magazines that I won’t get rid of. I am a hoarder of information I believe. 🙂

  • Erik,

    LOL! I would be too embarrassed to show a picture of my stack of BW and other magazines that I won’t get rid of. I am a hoarder of information I believe.

    I understand. I don’t know how old you are, but @ 67 I have numerous stacks of paper magazines.
    I have most of the Mother Earth news, going back to #1 in 1970,
    QST, the monthly Amateur radio journal going back to 1976, and NRA magazines going back to the early 1970’s; but, as a life member I now only get their online version as a pdf, so I have all of the information without the stacks of paper. It only takes a bit of disk space and is searchable, which are two benefits.
    I’ve also taken to getting audio books that allow me to listen and likewise don’t take up as much space, and when you’ve lived in one place for more than 30 years, clutter (not really hoarding LOL) can get a bit unsightly and inconvenient.

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