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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

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

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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

Books

The Southerners’ Big Fall Reading List

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

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

Food & Drink

Hacks and Tricks for the Best S’mores Ever

Readers, editors, and chefs share their tips for perfecting the campfire treat. Wait for the bourbon secret

Arts & Culture

Our Editors’ 2020 Wish List

A few items G&G staffers wouldn’t mind finding under the tree

Travel

Where We’re Going in 2018

Here’s where you’ll find G&G editors outside the office in the next twelve months

Gardens

Seed Picks for Your Southern Garden

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

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G&G Party Pics

SEWE Cocktails and Conservation 2022

G&G and SEWE host another year of Cocktails and Conservation in Charleston

Arts & Culture

G&G Editors’ Summer Reading List

Seven summer reads from the G&G staff

Music

G&G Editors’ Picks: Favorite John Prine Songs

A sampling of tunes from the late singer’s abundant catalog

Entertaining

G&G’s Thanksgiving Hacks

Garden & Gun staffers share their tips and shortcuts to help make the holiday a little easier

Gift Guide

Our Editors’ 2019 Holiday Wish List

Here’s what G&G staffers hope to find under the tree

Gardens

Editors’ Picks: Garden Tools and Accessories

Editors and contributors share the trusty tools that help them become better green-thumbs

Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: December 2019/January 2020

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Goings-On

The Southern Agenda: April/May 2019

Goings-on in the South & beyond

Garden & Gun in the News

For members of the press who are interested in getting more information about Garden & Gun, please contact: Lindsay Fleege lfleege@gardenandgun.com 843-805-4286 Press and praise for Southern Women: Georgia Public Radio ’On Second Thought’ with Virginia Prescot says “Garden & Gun magazine set out to present a portrait of a Southern woman, one that reflects […]

Home & Garden

Ten Tools You Need to Outfit a Southern Kitchen

G&G editors weigh in on the real-world-tested kitchen gadgets they can’t live without

Food & Drink

Quick and Savory Southern Mussels

A French chef in Charleston simmers Lowcountry mussels and promises you’ll want to sop up every last bit of the broth with a baguette

Travel

Asheville Calling

Remembering the ultimate road trip—and looking ahead to new adventures

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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

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

Books

Going Deep on a Mysterious Mississippi Matricide

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

Travel

Small-Town Escapes: Franklin, TN

Nashville’s next-door neighbor looks to the future while preserving the past

TORNADOES IN TENNESSEE

A Dispatch from East Nashville

Nashville small business owner Libby Callaway shares her storm story

Arts & Culture

For the Love of Old Stamps

A North Carolina stamp collector makes snail mail beautiful again—and shares why “this is no place for licking”

Books

History Repeats

An iconic landscape architect’s Southern trek, revisited

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Arts & Culture

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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G&G Party Pics

The Conference on the Front Porch

A two-day celebration of Southern culture in Taylor, Mississippi

Home & Garden

Let Bunny Williams Show You How to Thrive at Home

The Virginia-raised designer on her homebody leanings, a new documentary, and a porch party secret that will definitely surprise you

Books

Delta Detour and More

A British transplant ventures deep into the heart of Mississippi

Land & Conservation

The Tiny Island Where Thousands of Purple Martins Fly

Summer means nests in gourd birdhouses and one South Carolina lake that birds can’t resist

Books

The Queen of Cross Creek

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

Recipe

Boost Your Breakfast Game with These Blueberry Biscuits

Move over muffins—biscuits brightened with blueberries might just become your ultimate morning maker

Outdoors

A Southern Kingdom Awaits

The world’s only commercial ramp farmer seeks a successor

Arts & Culture

Nicholas Sparks on His New Book, Southern Stereotypes, and His Favorite Spots in Florida and North Carolina

“The biggest thing that people get wrong about the South is that they think all Southern accents are the same”

Food & Drink

A Slice of Key Lime Pie History

The surprising secrets behind a Florida favorite

Food & Drink

Oil-and-Herb Cherry Tomatoes

This simple recipe preserves the taste of summer at its peak

Food & Drink

75 Years of Seafood Dreams at Bowens Island

Bivalve, they’ve got it! The oyster and fried fish institution near Folly Beach, South Carolina, shares decades of memories and plans for one big anniversary bash