Garden & Gun Magazine
Garden & Gun is a Southern lifestyle magazine celebrating food, music and all things culture in the South.More Info >>
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About Garden & Gun
Don't let the name of this magazine fool you - it's much more than an outdoor magazine. Named after a popular 1970s disco in Charleston, S.C. where the magazine is based, Garden & Gun is a tasteful, respected publication featuring award-winning editorial and amazing photography to place the culture and aesthetics of the South right at your fingertips no matter where you live.
Showcasing the culture below the Mason-Dixon Line, Garden & Gun focuses on the food, music, art, literature and people that make the South the soulful, stunning region it is. It's a celebration of a way of life that's often too easily forgotten in our hectic society. It embraces a slower, more thoughtful lifestyle and takes joy in the reverberation of its influence.
Regular sections abound with the taste, sights, sound and feel of the South. "Talk of the South" is a compilation of headlines and updates in music, books, art and food. "Due South" features essays on Southern culture written by regular columnists as well as contributing writers. You'll also meet noteworthy Southerners in the "Interview" section as well the region's most talented and unique craftsmen in "Made in the South." For the best dining in the South, check out "Pit Stops."
Special issues throughout the year focus on subjects like Southern food, Southern style and Southern homes. And be sure to look for Garden & Gun's "Annual Made in the South Awards" issue for the most amazing artisanal and handcrafted items of the South.
If the South runs through your veins or if you've always been captivated by this remarkable region, Garden & Gun is the magazine for you.
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It's a great magazine for any one interested in well writen stories about the artistry, hunting, gardening, travel, AND it has the best dog article every month. Beats any dog magazine story i've ever read.
This is a quality magazine, Beautiful pictures, interesting articles! I bought this for my husband and he loves this magazine, he looks forward to each upcoming issue.
Garden & Gun magazine is the Town and County of the South! I first saw the magazine in a hotel in Nashville. I immediately ordered a subscription and a few months later gave subscriptions to my friends as Christmas gifts.
If you have an opinion about barbecue, bourbon, dogs, hunting, fine things, literature, cooking, or family, Garden & Gun magazine is your magazine. It may sound like a men's title, but Southern women will find plenty to enjoy. I have given this as a gift to three people- it's always renewed by the recipient.
I read Garden & Gun magazine after I came across it buried in a heap of others in my doctor's waiting room. The hour went by quickly as I read and thought about an excellent review of the forth coming book.
I was first attracted by the title, as I love both! Garden & Gun magazine is a fantastic magazine for both gardeners and gun lovers like me!
We love Garden & Gun magazine after reading one issue and will subscribe. It is fun, informative, and a great read.
Garden & Gun magazine is written from a privileged viewpoint, but it never forgets its roots: the dirt and hunting grounds of our forefathers. The magazine is printed on high quality paper, wrapped in a high quality cover. Though I would not recommend the magazine as reference material, it is still good enough to hang onto to revisit some articles about the food and experiences of the New South.
The South has risen and risen well, indeed. Garden & Gun magazine is the epitome of what all true Southerners should aspire to. It is charming and graceful and gives honor and reverence to the Old South while anticipating new Southern traditions and culture.
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I love magazines and one of my favorites is Garden & Gun. Like its name suggests, Garden & Gun magazine appeals to a broad audience. Whether it’s more “garden” than “gun” or vice versa is hard to say because so many of the articles can’t really be pegged as gender-specific--which is a plus for male readers.
The eclectic mix of music, sports, travel, history and food is always about the South, but is never predictable. Issues can contain a musical mix that ranges from Emmylou Harris and Widespread Panic to Ricky Skaggs’ banjo-playing sidekick. Generally, it’s often in tune with Southern musical styles like bluegrass and country and Southern sons like Jimmy Buffett and Greg Allman.But that’s just scratching the surface.
With a Garden & Gun magazine subscription you’ll regularly explore the sporting South through its picks on the best fishing, golfing and hunting destinations. It’s even devoted to uncovering hidden trails, celebrating good whiskey and the companionship of man’s best friend.
Good food is another popular Garden & Gun staple. Recipes for regional favorites like hush puppies, fried green tomatoes and pecan pies are included but aren’t a main focus. More often, the magazine is sharing advice on where to go to find the best barbecue, seafood, cocktails and boiled peanuts.Some magazines may be easier to judge by their covers, but not this one. Whether it’s a pan of cornbread, author Pat Conroy or a fisherman in mid-cast on the cover, it’s hard to tell just what random collection of Southern subjects awaits inside the latest issue of a subscription to Garden & Gun magazine. But there’s a guarantee that men will find many more subjects than guns, as the title hints, that will interest them.
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