By Tyler Allen EBS Senior Editor
Outlaw Partners will be releasing its winter 2015-2016 issue of Mountain Outlaw magazine on Friday, Dec. 4, and the excitement in our Big Sky Town Center office is palpable. This 11th edition of our glossy, biannual magazine might be the best yet, though we’ll let our readership be the judge.
From the front of the book to the back, this latest effort is full of striking imagery and captivating stories.
Contributors to our Outbound Gallery were asked to submit photographs interpreting the poem “Traveler” by former Montana Poet Laureate Tami Haaland. John S. Adams, an award-winning investigative journalist, explores the use of solitary confinement in the Montana State Prison. And Bozeman writer Todd Wilkinson pens a profile of one of the world’s most renowned wildlife photographers.
Mountain Outlaw is found throughout southwest Montana, all four corners of Yellowstone National Park, and is directly mailed to readers in all 50 states.
If you’re in Big Sky on Dec. 11, stop by our Town Center office during the Big Sky Christmas Stroll. We’d be delighted if you joined us to celebrate the new issue, and let us know your thoughts.
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