The West is full of secret places with secret histories. Will Hearst and wilderness-loving futurist Paul Saffo share their favorites.
In his quarterly publisher’s note, Will Hearst envisions a summer of exploration to find the places that feel like home.
In his quarterly note to Alta’s readers, publisher Will Hearst charts a course for the next West.
His latest visionary idea: one million people working together in real time.
Will Hearst wraps up the mystery and ties together the loose ends—just like every good noir story—in his quarterly publisher’s note.
Alta publisher Will Hearst considers science fiction as an ancient discipline and a genre of storytelling.
The author of Between Heaven and Hell discusses his stroke, his recovery, and what it means to restart his life.
Publisher Will Hearst credits the late painter Russell Chatham with helping shape the Western sensibility that inspires Alta.
In his Fall 2019 Publisher's Note, Will Hearst ruminates on the importance of staying unmoored.
Publisher Will Hearst looks westward to answer the oft-asked question, “What is Alta about?”
Alta publisher Will Hearst reflects on his goal to have the magazine evoke a sense of place and discovery—today and decades from now.