Sep. 10—For the second time in lower than two years, the Santa Fean journal is out of print.
The June/July subject apparently was the final subject circulated.
“[As far as I know], it’s not being revealed,” stated Downtown Subscription proprietor Casey Mickelson, who carried the Santa Fean in his Garcia Road cafe and journal store.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers at Coronado Heart in Albuquerque has additionally not seen an August/September subject.
“We acquired our June/July and now are ready for the following one,” stated Jeff Kennedy, who handles magazines at Barnes & Noble. “We haven’t any additional discover.”
Santa Fean writer Kelly Haug, who owns the Santa Fean and The Important Information together with her husband Martin, didn’t reply to telephone calls and e mail from The New Mexican. The publications’ workplace had no workers current on a number of visits by The New Mexican.
Peñasco-based Gaucho Blue Nice Artwork co-owner Lise Poulsen filed a shopper criticism Thursday with the New Mexico Lawyer Normal’s Workplace. The criticism famous that “no publication was printed, no response to enquiries/complaints, and no refund of monies paid” for an commercial she and her husband Nick Beason had sought to position in an upcoming subject of Santa Fe Important Information.
Poulsen advised The New Mexican she paid a $500 deposit and $563.28 first installment on April 6.
“We despatched our paintings to them,” Poulsen stated. “We had affirmation they acquired it. Then we did not hear any extra from them.”
The Haugs in Might 2020 acquired the Santa Fean from Bella Media president Bruce Adams, who abruptly dismissed all workers earlier than Thanksgiving 2019 with publication stopping after the December/January 2020 version. The Haugs relaunched the journal in August 2020 and their total possession interval fell throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Additionally in Might 2020, the Haugs purchased The Important Information from Trish and Chip Byrd, who had owned it for 14 years however had been seeking to promote. The 2020-21 subject was already revealed however no re-creation was revealed.
The Haugs additionally personal Inexperienced Coyote Delivery and Santa Fe Print & Pictures.
Kelly Haug advised The New Mexican in September 2020 that subscriptions to the Santa Fean had grown to 4,500 since she took over and 20,000 copies had been printed. She had ambitions to double subscriptions and circulation by early 2021.