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Published on 24 July 2018 - Updated 02 August 2018
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For 25 years now, Philippe Auclerc has been overseeing the magazine “La Loire et ses terroirs” – whose 100th issue came out in September 2017. To mark the occasion, the magazine adopted a welcome new editorial strategy and visual identity, to continue to attract readers to and safeguard this encyclopaedia of the Loire which is constantly developing.
To address the difficulties with which a great many publishers are grappling, the magazine wanted to reinvent itself after 25 years in business and 100 issues. The layout has been given a modern makeover and its publication will be spaced out, with the magazine now only coming out twice a year.
Other plans are also in the pipeline for subscribers, tapping into current possibilities offered up by the web (the latest issue can be read online, there is an article search, short videos and an image bank, etc.).
Inside this 100th issue you can find:
With each new issue, “La Loire et ses terroirs” continues to build a collection delving into the history, heritage and politics of the Loire basin. It is the only periodical to cover the whole of the basin.
Issue 101 came out in the first half of 2018, tackling two main themes: “Millstone: from its extraction to its transportation” and “Navigation on the Loire: the beginning of a revolution”.
Since the 100th issue, the magazine has no longer been on sale in newsagents, but in bookshops.
It can be ordered from the publisher Loire et terroirs (37, rue du Cas Rouge 45800 Combleux) or at bookshop stockists. For example:
Retail price: €15 - Free delivery
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