NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE APRIL 2015
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE
CONTACT: Anna Kukelhaus Dynan
+1 (202) 775-6717
Look for the April issue on digital newsstands (online at ngm.com, on smartphones
and on tablet computers) March 13 and on print newsstands March 31.
Authors and photographers are available for interviews. Photos and video are available.
On the 150th anniversary of the Great
Emancipator’s assassination, Americans
along the route of Lincoln’s funeral train
debate his legacy.
How Coal Fuels India’s
(Adam Goodheart, photographs by Eugene Richards)
In mineral-rich jungles, Maoist militants
find a foothold through violence and
(by Anthony Loyd, photographs by Lynsey Addario)
The Bug That’s Eating the
Hubble’s Greatest Hits
Trajan’s Amazing Column
(by Hillary Rosner, photographs by Peter Essick)
(by Timothy Ferris)
After 25 years on the job, the Hubble
On a pillar of Carrara marble, an
emperor’s exploits tower over Rome.
A warming climate allowed pine beetles
(by Andrew Curry, photographs by Kenneth
to ravage the West. Now they’re
spreading east across Canada.
National Geographic magazine is the official journal of the National Geographic Society, one of the world’s largest
nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. Published in English and 40 local-language editions, the magazine
has a global circulation of around 6.8 million. It is sent each month to National Geographic members and is available
on newsstands for $5.99 a copy. Single copies can be ordered by calling (800) NGS-LINE, also the number to call for
membership to the Society.