• Oxford American, Summer 2024

Oxford American

Oxford American, Summer 2024

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"A Magazine of the South,” Oxford American is a nonprofit quarterly which features the very best of Southern writing and highlights the vibrancy of the American South.

In this issue:


  • For Summer 2024, Oxford American presents the Outside Issue, dedicated to the outdoors of our region and to the environmental experiences of our people. James Beard-winning writer Michael Adno reports on the mysterious practice of worm-grunting in the Florida panhandle, C. J. Bartunek tells the story of one of Georgia’s first legal marijuana production facilities, and Tauheed Rahim II digs into family history and excavates a present-day battle with an agency seeking to acquire his family’s property in North Memphis. Other stories cover a fishing rodeo in deep South Louisiana and James Baldwin’s friendship with the Alabaman artist Fred Nall Hollis. The Outside Issue also includes a new polyptych of poems by Allison Pitinii Davis, a conversation between novelist Mesha Maren and photographer Julie Rae Powers, plus more writings and visual works that explore connections between land, people, and place.

Arkansas, United States; 213x273mm, 112 pages

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