CHISHOLM COUNTRY magazine
Connecting with Life in the Heart of Texas
CHISHOLM COUNTRY magazine embraces the country built on the overgrown ruts of the iconic Chisholm Trail. The sound of hooves, the sight and sound of cowboys on horses pushing herds of Texas Longhorn cattle down the paths, and the squeak of the wagon wheels – all bring thoughts of a time in history when cowboys were created and Western Heritage was in the making.
Highlighting and celebrating life in the Heart of Texas, Chisholm Country magazine focuses on a life, culture, heritage and psyche born from pioneers and cowboys, embodying strong independence, ruggedness, intense work ethic, dependability, resourcefulness and gumption – building a spirit is an integral part of the rural Texas identity. The publication hopes to capture that rooted spirit in present day inhabitants, their achievements and their events.
Spotlighting the foundations that matter most in rural communities throughout the 10-county Heart of Texas region, Southern Cross Creative proudly presents the multi-platform Chisholm Country magazine providing a quarterly print magazine, its daily-relevant digital magazine website and its constantly engaging social media presence. Featuring the award-winning writing and photography of Simone Wichers-Voss and other talented contributors, Editor-In-Chief Brett Voss strives to provide the ultimate combination of social media, website and print magazine to maximize reach exposure and reader engagement.
After the Chisholm Country Facebook page launched Dec. 8, 2019, the digital magazine website went live Feb. 15, 2020, leading to the first edition of the Chisholm Country quarterly print magazine in May 2022 celebrating our second anniversary with a high-quality, professionally-printed publication crafted to be a literary and artistic tabletop gem with a classic look, yet its own unique, modern style.
Do not miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the magazine with “a touch of country charm.”
“On the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand.”
Edward Mote from 1 Timothy 1:1