Blue Mountains premier music and arts magazine The Haze has finally taken the plunge into the cybersurf with a webernet blogamatronic site-o-ma-thingy!
Magazine founder Mark Alston says "I really never wanted to take this magazine online, the whole idea was to go offline when i created the magazine, but
I'm seeing that there is a need for both formats!"
"Willem from Retro Rehash on Radio Blue Mountains has really been a strong driving force in keeping this ship sailing, and he insisted we put some content
online, the whole team are happy because it will give us the opportunity to publish more often and more variety, as well as the extra content that
often gets cut from the printed magazines," he says.
The Haze magazine has been printed quarterly for the last 3 years and its 10th edition drops this week, with local superstar Andie Isalie gracing the cover
alongside a landslide of Winter related articles and news.
The magazine is distributed from Penrith to Lithgow, Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains, with the heavy end of the iceberg being from Katoomba. It's found in
cafes, clubs, pubs, retaurants, fitness centres, retial stores and at major events, with this edition to be handed out during Winter Magic Festival.