THE NORTHERN MAINE JOURNAL OF RURAL CULTURE
ON THE COVERS: Leigha Langley on Dream, Edith Greiner on Pride, Steve Ulman on Paladin and Sarah Ulman on Dove amble in front of the 2016 October moon for photographer Paul Cyr of Presque Isle.
Echoes is a quarterly journal of rural culture filled with feature stories, essays, colorful photos, poetry, humor and personal stories about qualities of life at risk in today's world.
The magazine focuses on positive values rooted in the past that have relevance for the present and the future. Its stories suggest there is permanence in the midst of change and value in remembering our roots.
Published from 1988 to 2017 in Aroostook County, Maine, Echoes celebrates the diverse cultures and natural beauty of northern Maine and adjacent Canada.
ITS PURPOSE : ECHOES looks at the values we have inherited from the past and what they mean to our future. It celebrates the heritage of individual families and rural communities, and provides a forum for ordinary people who have stories to tell.
ITS MESSAGE : ECHOES reminds us there is a permanence in places where roots are deep and traditions are strong. But ECHOES isn't just a homage to the past; it is a prescription for the future - a calm and positive voice in a world looking for answers.
ITS CONTENT : ECHOES is a quality publication of features, essays, editorials, poetry, fiction and photography. Subscribers tell us they read the magazine from cover to cover including the ads. They pass it along to family and friends.