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Join Us on the Southern Women Book Tour

We’ll be hosting events across the country joined by our editors, book contributors, and many of the incredible women featured in the book


From the New York Times-bestselling editors of Garden & Gun comes Southern Women: More Than 100 Stories of Innovators, Artists, and Icons, an inspiring and beautifully designed collection of original interviews, essays, and portraits of groundbreaking Southern women whose voices paint a progressive picture of the region today. From chefs, musicians, and writers to entrepreneurs and political activists, readers will find a dynamic glimpse of who the Southern woman is now.

G&G will be hosting events across the country joined by our editors, book contributors, and many of the incredible women featured in the book.

See below for all events, cities, and information.


Alabama

March 19, 2020—Birmingham
Southern Women in Business
In partnership with Synovus.
Lunch and a conversation with restaurateurs Vivian Howard and Pardis Stitt at Bottega Restaurant.
Join the interest list for more information


Florida

April 2, 2020—Tampa
Southern Women in Business
In partnership with Synovus.
Cocktails and a conversation with designer Cristina Lynch and entrepreneur Laura Vinroot Poole at Oxford Exchange.
Join the interest list for more information


Georgia

February 27, 2020 – Atlanta
Southern Women in Business
In partnership with Synovus.
Lunch and a conversation with G&G cofounder and CEO Rebecca Darwin and businesswoman and philanthropist Darla Moore at The Garden & Gun Club.
Join the interest list for more information


South Carolina

December 10, 2019 – Charleston
Southern Women at the Fieldshop by G&G
Join us for an in-store book signing and conversation with G&G deputy editor Amanda Heckert, hosted by Jaimie Dewberry, Principal of Studio Dewberry, and G&G cofounder and CEO Rebecca Darwin.
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December 14, 2019 – Spartanburg
Southern Women Book Signing at Hub City Bookshop
Join us for a book signing with G&G deputy editor Amanda Heckert and book contributor Latria Graham.
Learn more


Garden & Gun is proud to donate a portion of Southern Women proceeds to support Girls Inc.


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