Selkirk Magazine is an independent, digital magazine based in the Selkirk Mountains region of British Columbia, Canada.
We believe the world is an amazing place just waiting to be explored, and the best way to do that is with an old truck, a faithful friend, and a warm cottage campfire to gather 'round each night. Our magazine's philosophy is pretty simple, and because our old truck is an antique, which we want to nurse along, we tend to stick to the vibrant communities and beautiful backcountry of the Selkirk Mountains region. Of course we also like to see what's going on in other places, so once in a while we'll visit the neighbours, so to speak, and write about the new places we discover.
We invite you to enjoy the adventures and stories in Selkirk Magazine, and look forward to our journey together as we discover the vibrant communities, eccentric artisans, and beautiful wilds of British Columbia's magnificent Selkirk Mountains.
Hello; we’ve set up a simple e-mail form here which you may use to send us your questions, suggestions, and feedback. We’re always happy to hear from friends, fans, and supporters, and enjoy the stories and personal experiences you have to share about our digital media projects.
If you would like to send in a story or photo contribution, or would like to discuss opportunities to work with us, we’re willing to listen to what you have in mind … just be sure to contact us first for instructions before sending any material or documents for us to review. Other studios may be fast-paced, multi-tasking, bee-hives, but that’s not us … we like to think about stuff and take our time to learn about and enjoy our journey through this world, so please keep that in mind. Thanks!
Selkirk Magazine is prepared by OpenlandDesign.com, an independent digital-media studio based in Canada, which publishes beautiful digital books and magazines, produces great web publications, and creates clever computer games and simulations. What can we say - they're awesome.
Please contact OpenlandDesign.com to learn more about their great work, and to discuss creating and publishing digital media for your museum, gallery, or art studio.