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What magazines do you regularly read?

What off road/ overlanding/expedition magazines do you read on a regular basis?

Are there any off road/ overlanding/expedition bloggers that you regularly follow?

My book "The Essential Guide to Overland Travel in the United States and Canada" is in proofs and I would like to send advance reader copies out to people who can review the book and help raise awareness. The planned introduction is still Overland Expo East next October and I know magazines tend to have a long lead time. I have Overland Journal and OutdoorX4 lined up to do reviews.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old June 1st, 2016, 11:12 PM
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Overland Journal and BMW ON (BMWMOA)
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Teri Ann- I've been a Land Rover owner since 1972 and am currently down to only 4 in the driveway (2 of them are Series IIA's)
I read Overland Journal (Charter subscriber), Road & Track, 356 Registry, Fine Homebuilding, Cycle World, Motorcyclist, Rovers North Magazine, random other car and Land Rover magazines, and a lot of travel books. I have all of Tom Sheppards books, my old copy of Overlanding, a couple of Barbara Toy's books, and a collection of books on travel by vehicle - two wheels and four. I read a lot - especially almost anything I can find about travel in remote areas. I am looking forward to purchasing one of your books at Overland Expo East since books, camera gear and Land Rovers are three of my most persistent vices.
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It may not be an off road/ overlanding/expedition magazine, but one of the few I pick up on a regular basis is Outside Magazine. They always review 2-3 books each issue plus probably more online.

Best of luck Teriann!
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I've never been really good at acronyms. What is this?

I'm getting some good magazine suggestions, thanks & keep them coming.
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Outdoor X4, Road & Track, Eastern Fly Fishing and the GF gets Garden & Gun. Have thought about giving up Outdoor X4 for Overland Journal (subscribed for a year a few years back) but found it was just a lot of gear reviews - has it changed? I like the Outdoor X4 content just wish it were a bit more robust
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Cat Fancy but Jimmie and I would be your only two targeted readers.

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Road & Track and "Legend" the Series One club magazine.

If Peter Eagan becomes any less frequent a contributor to R&T, I'll just have to toss them though.
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Cat Fancy but Jimmie and I would be your only two targeted readers.


This is the only magazine I subscribe to.
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Six Stud, Legend, overland journals and LRO. My first travel book was Jupiter's Travels many a year ago
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HOG tales. The magazine of the Harley Owners Group.

A lot of us go highway over landing. A few even go off the beaten path and even fewer trek to other countries without roads. But they are out there.
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I've never been really good at acronyms. What is this?

I'm getting some good magazine suggestions, thanks & keep them coming.
BMWMOA = BMW Motorcycle Owners Association
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Wait, I think I misunderstood the assignment. Overland Journal.
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Yep I blew it as well, when I'm in the Dr. Office I will pick up Travel magazine also I occasionally purchase Recoil Magazine which is more than just a gun magazine as the do gear and off-road vehicle reviews and such. They even did a Disco II I'm me issue.

Also you might look the the survival crowd as much of your time tested techniques for overland vehicle based travel would most certainly apply to and end of civilization scenario. Good luck!
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