I've been writing for Tahoe Quarterly for a year or so, and I've grown really fond of the publication. Though it's a small staff, they do a great job putting together a thoughtful and beautiful magazine. Every time I open it, I'm impressed by the design, imagery and in-depth stories. I would argue TQ covers Lake Tahoe better than other publication in the Basin, though I'm (obviously) a bit biased.
In this quarter's issue, I have a couple stories. I wrote and photographed a piece on Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care's upcoming move to a new facility. The other article is on the development of Lake Tahoe's commercial crayfish fishery (or crayfishery). As a former knee injury sufferer (knock on wood), I enjoyed Adam Jensen's piece on ACL tears. And Sylas Wright's interview with South Lake Tahoe's own Jamie Anderson was really well done. Check them all out in the Tahoe Quarterly!