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HURRICANE FLORENCE

Diary of a Storm

Wilmington-based author Taylor Brown’s account of being inside the roar of Florence

Southern Myths

The South’s Own Loch Ness Monster?

Since the early 1800s, something strange has haunted the waters of Georgia’s Altamaha River

Good Dog

Creature Comfort

A spirited bird dog keeps a young couple afloat

Books

G&G’s Summer Reading List

Editors, contributors, and Southern booksellers share the new novels, fresh nonfiction, and even a couple of cookbooks at the top of their book stacks

Arts & Culture

Two for the Road: A Son’s Eulogy for his Father

Sharing a love of motorcycles with his father brings author Taylor Brown a lifetime of lessons along the South’s back roads—including how to say goodbye

Books

New Reads for Fall

Whether you’re into thrillers, photo books, novels, or just anything you can cozy up with on an autumn evening, you’ll find something to savor among these new books

Arts & Culture

A March Reading List

Springtime brings a crop of fresh cookbooks and new novels, plus beautiful coffee table tomes

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Arts & Culture

The Best Books of 2020—So Far

Twenty Southern literary treasures, novels, cookbooks, and escapist thrillers.

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Arts & Culture

New Reads for Right Now

Southern novels, armchair travel guides, rip-through-’em memoirs, and an ode to Foxfire’s enduring legacy

Books

G&G’s Big Fall Reading List

G&G editors and contributors share what books to cozy up with this autumn

Arts & Entertainment

Alabama or Georgia? Who Southerners Are Cheering for Tonight

A survey of opinions ahead of the national championship game

Arts & Culture

The Most Haunting Southern Books

Seven reads for dark and stormy nights

Arts & Culture

A New Book Looks at Bringing Civil Rights-Era Murderers to Justice

In Race Against Time, a Mississippi journalist recounts the cold cases he helped solve

Travel

In Praise of the Southern Road Trip

As summer beckons, six writers chase the open highway, dropping pins along the way at a Mississippi barbecue joint, backlit Blue Ridge vistas, and a cerveza-soaked border town that practically wrote itself into the ultimate road trip song

Books

A Kentucky Writer Captures the Stuff of Life

A new story collection revels in the messiness of life

Southern Roads

A Salute to the Spirits of Old Florida

Tag along on a ride of passage