So yeah, this fall marks 20 years since No Depression magazine started up as a real-world print publication (remember those?). As you can see from the picture below, various folks including Ryan Adams have been sending birthday greetings. And not only that, plans are in the works to expand No Depression beyond its current online incarnation by bringing it back as an actual print publication under the auspices of its current management, with the first issue scheduled to be out in September.
The revived print No Depression will do a lot of the long-form pieces that were a staple of the old magazine. But it won’t have advertising, so the editorial braintrust has turned to crowd-funding to get started. A Kickstarter campaign went live yesterday, and it’s already more than halfway to the $40,000 goal after one day. So get in on the ground floor, y’all. Check details here.