Books Archives – Page 3 of 6 – Garden & Gun




What We’re Reading: Smoldering Love

A journalist delves into the riveting truth behind a series of mysterious fires in Virginia

Why We Love the Gulf

Five Great Gulf-Set Beach Reads

An author and historian shares his reading list for a trip to the Gulf Coast


A Golfer’s Bucket List

One of the best stories you’ve never heard about Arnold Palmer


Sixty Years of Southern Food

An interview with writer John T. Edge about his new book, The Potlikker Papers


The Art of the Centerpiece

A closer look at contemporary floral design in a new book about farm-to-vase flowers

Arts & Culture

Diving Deep on the Gulf

A new book inspires an outdoor adventurer’s guide to “America’s Sea”—from Padre Island to Cedar Key


Jimmy Buffett: A Pirate at 70

The musician’s buoyant new biography sings


The Southern Cooks in the President’s Kitchen

Meet three hidden culinary figures who fed America’s First Families

17 Slideshow


The Beauty of Sapelo Island

A new coffee table book shares both that far-reaching past and the island’s present-day beauty

Arts & Culture

Wunderkind of the Wild

A young Southern forager prepares for a different kind of hunting season


Storm Warning: An Alabama Author’s Gulf Course

Clouds gather just beyond the horizon in these short stories set in the Yellowhammer State


Rhythm and Rhyme

The unknown poems of Johnny Cash show the country star’s talent stretched beyond music

Arts & Culture

Willie Nelson’s Christmas Story

A heartwarming holiday tale about harmony, family, and second chances

Arts & Culture

A Comic’s Secret Southern Story

Before “The Far Side,” “Calvin and Hobbes,” or even Mickey Mouse, one cartoon stole the show

Arts & Culture

Fannie Flagg and 25 Years of ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’

We spoke with Flagg about the anniversary of the film and her latest book

Arts & Culture

The Mystery Books That Inspired ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

Two Seckatary Hawkins books that guided Harper Lee toward her seminal work

Food & Drink

So Much The Butter

For a single-ingredient foodstuff, butter is a surprisingly nuanced subject

9 Slideshow


Celebrating 500 Years of Beretta

A new book of photographs and essays tells the story of the family-owned Italian company’s passion for sporting tradition


A Forgotten Southern Cookbook

Reviving lost Lowcountry recipes


Cutting-Edge Cookbooks

A season’s worth of new kitchen companions serve up a gumbo of great Southern flavors