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Cocktails with the Author: Jonathan Miles

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The Katrina Class

A decade after Hurricane Katrina, we track the storm’s impact on some of its youngest victims

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Our Favorite Books for Southerners in 2020

Dozens of memoirs, novels, and nonfiction books that got us through a year unlike any other

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Arts & Culture

Favorite Books of the Year—So Far

G&G editors and contributors share the biographies, nonfiction reads, thrillers, and unforgettable novels that have started 2021 off right for readers

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Arts & Culture

Best Southern Books of 2018

What G&G editors and contributors loved reading this year

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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

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G&G’s Favorite Cookbooks of 2021

The year was delicious in the kitchen for Southerners

Travel

My Town: Beaufort, South Carolina

The director of the Pat Conroy Literary Center shares his favorite spots in Beaufort County

Arts & Entertainment

Alabama or Georgia? Who Southerners Are Cheering for Tonight

A survey of opinions ahead of the national championship game

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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 Books We Are Loving This Winter

Cozy up with a funny new novel, a collection of nearly forgotten stories, fascinating biographies, and a beautiful look-ahead to spring gardening

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The Best Books of 2018—So Far

We’re halfway through the year, but still just getting through our pile of great Southern reads. Make time for some—if not all two dozen—of these novels, cookbooks, and coffee table tomes before the second half of the year brings even more goodies for book lovers

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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Trials and Errors

Two powerful new books find the justice system guilty

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New Reads We’ve Been Loving this Summer

A balm of beautiful photos, powerful memoirs, and fiction from beloved Southern authors, including Lee Smith, Jill McCorkle, and James Lee Burke

The Wild South

Wild Game Cookbooks for Every Hunter

From a Texas chef’s inspiring guide to a 1903 French tome, these five cookbooks will help make the most of the contents of your game freezer

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G&G’s Big Fall Reading List

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

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The South by the Slice

Digging into the latest helping of a tasty series

Gardens

Seed Picks for Your Southern Garden

Editors, gardeners, and readers share the tiny kernels of history they’re planning to plant

Food & Drink

Sliced Dove Breasts on Cornbread 
Crostini with Green Tomato Marmalade

A grown-up version of the author’s dove breast Triscuit

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What We’re Reading: Cat Tale

The compelling saga of the Florida panther’s comeback

G&G Books

Books—and a Game—from the Editors of Garden & Gun

Our collection includes our first trivia game, Bless Your Heart, and the books Southern Women, S Is for Southern, The Southerner’s Cookbook, The Southerner’s Handbook, and Good Dog

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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

Travel

Charleston Locals’ Best-Kept Secrets

Seven Charlestonians share their favorite ways to spend time in the Holy City

City Portrait

Horsing Around Lexington

Odds are you’ll find plenty of action in Lexington

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Shining a Light on Ford and Edison’s Southern Utopia

A new book shares the story of their vision for an Alabama megacity

Arts & Culture

Richard Powers’s Wild Voice

The novelist’s Great Smoky Mountains immersion laid the groundwork for his epic Pulitzer-winning tree novel. It also sparked a love affair between man and place that is upending Powers’s life and work

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Reel Love

A behind-the-scenes look at fly fishing’s most devoted couple

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Going Deep on a Mysterious Mississippi Matricide

Beverly Lowry’s Deer Creek Drive revisits a midcentury murder in the Delta

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New Reads for Right Now

The best of January and February’s book releases for Southern readers—powerful memoirs, novels that turn myths inside out, a beautiful collection of photos, and an ode to good old dogs

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Welcome to Pitchlynn

Some Go Home, Odie Lindsey’s charismatic debut novel, puts another fictional Mississippi town on the map

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Arts & Culture

June Reading List

Welcome summer with a stellar new book haul, including buzzy debut novels, a visually stunning tour through mezcal territory, and two story collections by Southern authors that are perfect for poolside afternoons. Oh, And a Bottle of Rum

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Geraldine Brooks Rides a Horse for the Ages

Her new novel traces an incomparable equine down the stretch of history

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The Queen of Cross Creek

Beyond The Yearling, a new biography unearths the real Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

Food & Drink

The Barbecue Bucket List

Try these Southern barbecue joints while you still can

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Arts & Culture

The Top-of-2021 Reading List for Southerners

G&G contributors, editors, and Southern book lovers share new releases and old favorites to read right away this year—and a couple forthcoming releases already on preorder

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Two New Books Exalt the Role of Black Pitmasters

Unpacking the new titles from Adrian Miller and Rodney Scott

The Southerner's Handbook

How to Drink with Style

Drink like a Southerner

Drinks

Holiday Whiskey Punch

The big-batch solution to making crowd-pleasing cocktails

Books

Danielle Evans’s Factual Fiction

The Virginia native’s stunning new collection deftly wrestles with history and truth