Who We Are
Superstition Living is published by Ray's Printing. The magazine started in 1986 as the Gold Canyon Ledger. As times have changed and the area has grown so has the magazine. The most frequent question in the past has been "why don't you cover the area west of the mountain?" Superstition Living now does just that.
Superstition Living circulation represents a 40% over the original GC Ledger. (The combination of the 2 areas is 10,000 homes/businesses.) The Gold Canyon Ledger has been a successful advertising vehicle for many years. The only request we received from advertisers is "what about the nice homes just west of the Superstitions?" This increased circulation includes that area. It opens a new client base and increased readership for advertisers and editorial contributors alike. More information is on the Circulation page.
Your monthly advertisement in Superstition Living keeps your business present in 10,000 homes each month at a minimal cost. Your regular advertisement will help guarantee your share of their business. Advertising rates are listed on the Advertising rates page.
We Welcome Your Editorial Contributions
Stories of approximately 400 words will be received via email.
Please use the submit story or submit calendar event links. It's simple! Just copy and paste your entire story in the blank provided, Then use the browse buttons at the bottom of the page to attach photos in jpg format.
Deadline for stories and photos is the 10th of the month prior to publication.
We are primarily interested in stories directly related to our circulation area. Submit stories of your club meetings, pictures of your wedding or anniversary or If your kids have a fun birthday party and you happen to snap a good photo send it along. Please send veteran related photos, for example when your loved one is home on leave. Good scenery shots from the area and fun pics of wildlife are always welcome. We will run these stories/photos based on space available each month. No guarantee of publication is made.
This is not a platform for complaints or political agenda. This magazine is about the pleasure of living in a beautiful desert area in the foothills of the Superstition Mountains.
A link to the January 2016 Superstition Living is at the top of this column and in both menu bars.