Plough Unveils a New Logo

Plough Publishing House, publisher of Plough Quarterly and Plough books, revealed a new logo, tagline, and magazine design as part of a rebranding effort. The move is a change from an agricultural symbol and reflects a "renewed focus on its dedicated community of readers," the 102-year-old publisher said in a statement. The new tagline reads: "another life is possible." Plough is a nonpartisan, faith-based company based in Walden, N.Y. 

“This rebrand envisions Plough primarily as a living network that has coalesced around the magazine and books, a community of readers with a shared vision who engage with each other across our channels,” says editor Peter Mommsen.

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