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November 2020
Event

Charleston, South Carolina

November Fieldshop Pop-Ins

A curated pop-in series showcasing Southern artisans and products

Arts & Culture

How to Enjoy the Kentucky Derby from Afar

Fans can’t attend this year’s Run for the Roses, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch the race from home in style

Arts & Culture

The Indelible Voice of Julia Reed

Remembering the Garden & Gun contributing editor, who since 2008 crafted some of the magazine’s most popular stories, in her The High and the Low column and beyond

Arts & Culture

In Memoriam: Julia Evans Reed, 1960–2020

A tribute to the long-time Garden & Gun columnist and contributing editor, who died on Friday

Arts & Culture

My Home Is My (Animal) Kingdom

Creepy vermin won’t leave Julia alone

Arts & Culture

Watch the Derby in Style

These party essentials will help you create a winning spread on race day

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Books

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

End of the Line

Crazy for Croquettes

Getting to the meat of a beloved salmon dish—and Faulkner

Arts & Culture

An Atlanta Photographer Celebrates Girls on the Field

Kate T. Parker’s latest project is a love letter to soccer, and girls playing it, throughout the South and beyond

Southern Style

Cast-Iron Everything

Embrace the South’s favorite medium—beyond the skillet—with these stylish finds

Arts & Culture

How a Nashville Landmark Played a Part in Women’s Suffrage

A stay at the Hermitage Hotel is a glimpse back to the history-making summer of 1920

Books

Eight Late Summer Reads

No matter where you’re spending your leisure time these days, there’s a new book to delight

Arts & Culture

Life Lessons and Movie Recommendations from James Lee Burke

The prolific Southern novelist just might be the grandfather the world needs right now

Arts & Culture

Daniel Wallace Explores the Art of Mudlarking

Finding peace and pieces in Southern streams

Arts & Culture

The Evolution of Chapel Hill’s Blue Cup

The 32-ounce beer vessel started out as a Brunswick stew container

Arts & Culture

It’s Loofah Gourd Season, Folks

Exploring the roots of that beauty essential in your shower

Ask G&G

Field Medicine

Dove shoots, better biscuits, and pandemic protocol

Southern Masters

Meet Ron Rash, the Blue-Collar Bard

The poet, short story writer, and novelist reflects his workaday Appalachian roots in his writing, including a new novella that returns to the antihero of his best-selling Serena

September 2020
Event

Charleston, South Carolina

September Fieldshop Pop-Ins

A curated pop-in series showcasing Southern artisans and products

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”