Allison Glock

Allison Glock has been a magazine journalist and author for twenty-plus years. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Men’s Journal, Marie Claire, GQ, the New Yorker, and many other publications. Her poetry has appeared in the New Yorker and the Portland Review. She is currently a senior staff writer for ESPN the Magazine and ESPNW. She has written seven books, including the acclaimed Young Adult novel series Changers, and received the Whiting Award for her book Beauty Before Comfort, a memoir of her grandmother’s life in West Virginia and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.

A woman with her hand under her chin

Arts & Culture

There’s no role the Florida native can’t make her own


The HBO show’s scene-stealer makes all the right moves

The G&G Interview

The This Is Us star finds her voice

The G&G Interview

The San Antonio native on kindness, “Texas values,” and what it means to play the titular role in a new Walker, Texas Ranger reboot


Everything’s coming up roses for the Tennessee-born funnyman


The folk-rock duo on the roots of their friendship, their enduring harmonies, and their love of the South

Arts & Culture

How the push and pull of the South feed Louisiana native Jericho Brown’s soul-shaking, award-winning poetry

G&G Interview

How the Today show news anchor wears his Southern pride on his sleeve


The Charleston band taps its roots to bring Gullah music to the top of the charts

Southern Women

The comedian reflects on Mississippi, motherhood, and the charm of eccentricity

The G&G Interview

Whether on stage or screen, the South Carolina native stays true to herself

The G&G Interview

The South Carolina native portrays yet another groundbreaking figure in Marshall—the latest triumph in a career set to sky-high

Food & Drink

The buttery beauties at Karl Worley’s Nashville restaurant, Biscuit Love, inspire hour-long waits. But beyond the family recipes lies something even more impressive: a heartwarming rise

In the Garden

Blooming where you are planted

Home & Garden

When the author heard about a dilapidated cottage overtaken by weeds and kudzu in an Atlanta neighborhood, she knew it would become her family’s home. So she bought it – sight unseen

Food & Drink

Savannah has never been at the red-hot center of the culinary universe, but with serious chops, plenty of moxie, and one of the country’s hottest new restaurants, Chef Bailey is changing that—and proving that sometimes you actually can go home again

Southern Style

The Oscar-winning actress on grace, grandmothers, and breaking ground on her Nashville store

City Portrait

The Georgia capital is shaking off a reputation for mass-market sameness and finally embracing its quirks

Home & Garden

Three young women return to their roots––and the family farm––and in the process find that the old ways are sometimes still the best ways

Arts & Culture

A modern leading lady with old-school Southern values