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EDITOR’S LETTER

The Hunt for Pokeweed

The true story of the foraging behind the photo

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

Books

G&G’s Favorite Books of 2021

We’re feeling thankful for writers, photographers, and this year’s generous haul of new novels, reported stories, riveting tell-alls, and beautiful photography books

Books

A Serving of New Cookbooks

Our favorite fresh cookbooks, along with new recipes for appetizers, mains, and sweets

This Land

Exploring Mammoth Cave’s Underground History

Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave echoes with a history that won’t be silenced

Sporting

The Power of Birding in the South

What birding means to me, plus a chat with the leaders behind #BlackBirdersWeek

28 Slideshow

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

30 Slideshow

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

Arts & Culture

Behind the Stories of our April/May 2020 Issue

G&G editors share some of what went into producing the “Saving the South” issue

Traditions

A Dream Uprooted

After fighting for years to save her piece of the family farm, a writer contemplates what it means to lose your anchor in the world

The Southern Agenda

An Outfitter for Every State

Whether you’re angling for an Everglades tarpon expedition, a Mississippi paddle trip, or a shell hunt on the Gulf Coast, let these pros chart a course

Books

G&G’s Favorite Cookbooks of 2021

The year was delicious in the kitchen for Southerners

Editor's Letter

From the Editor: Fifteen Years of G&G

Remembering where we’ve been—and looking forward to where we’re headed

Arts & Culture

Fantastic Southern Films—and Their Drink Pairings

A menu for your next movie night, courtesy of G&G staff and contributors

Editor's Letter

Yearning for an Escape

Looking ahead to the joy of much-needed getaways

19 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

Annual Society Gathering

G&G hosted the third annual Garden & Gun Society Gathering at Hotel Emma in San Antonio, Texas

Gardens

Seed Picks for Your Southern Garden

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

This Land

Seeking Wisdom Among the South’s Oldest Trees

Latria Graham listens to ancient cypresses and old-growth forests

This Land

History on Horseback at the Black Cowboy Festival

Black cowboys—some of the original wranglers—get their due at a stereotype-busting South Carolina festival

Interview

The Unsung Influence of Restaurateur Alexander Smalls

With his latest album and cookbook releases, Alexander Smalls celebrates his Southern roots

Music

The Cosmic Visions of Singer-Songwriter Valerie June

“I wanted to remind everybody that yeah, we are stardust”

20 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

G&G’s 15th Anniversary Celebration

G&G celebrates its 15th Anniversary at the Stitzel-Weller Distillery.

Travel

A Tour of Bermuda’s Wild Side

An Appalachian outdoorswoman lets her feet, mind, and taste buds wander Bermuda, where art and nature promise a sort of redemption

Arts & Culture

Virginia Furniture with Ethiopian Roots

Two cultures merge to create ethereal African-influenced furniture

This Land

Seeking Perspective at a Dark Sky Park

A childhood serenity under the stars
reawakens in a North Carolina observatory

Food & Drink

Southern Recipe Revival

Passed down through generations and re-created with love, these five lesser-known dishes from across the region set a table brimming with forgotten flavors and Southern memories

Food & Drink

Michael Twitty’s Take on a Southern Staple

His new rice-focused cookbook dives deep into the grain’s history

This Land

Healing Hearts in the Everglades

Rebirth and reunions in the River of Grass

Arts & Culture

Talking Fatherhood with TV Anchor and New Author Craig Melvin

In his debut book, the newscaster and South Carolina native writes about what it means to become a father, and how he learned to understand his own distant dad

Arts & Culture

The Enduring Power of The Color Purple

A new book examines the legacy of Alice Walker’s influential novel

This Land

Playing Santa at the Mailbox

The lasting gifts of Christmas spirit along a South Carolina mail route

SOUTHERN HEROES

Amir Touré, BJ Dennis, and Sallie Ann Robinson: The Torchbearers

Three guardians of Gullah Geechee culture work to help their Lowcountry traditions not only survive, but thrive

In the Garden

Harvesting History

An 1860s demonstration garden in Atlanta nourishes the community

Forgotten Southern Recipes

Why Poke Sallet Is a Forager’s Delight

Preparing pokeweed properly takes the right technique. Start with a classic recipe that’s steeped in Southern ingenuity

This Land

A Big Sky Inspiration

A quest for solace on the trail of a mythic and unflappable mail carrier

Editor's Letter

From the Editor: Good Reads

A few thoughts on great Southern reads—and announcing our upcoming book club

Arts & Culture

27 Cool Ideas for Summer

Your hot-weather guide to icy drinks, breezy waterways, stargazing hideouts, the ultimate ice cream cone piled high with Southern scoops, and one idyllically refreshing mountain weekend

This Land

A Mother-Daughter Duo Connects on the Fly

Two women cast for trout, and other things that lie beneath the surface