Meet the Author: Editors of Garden and Gun

Author Bio and Details

Garden & Gun is a national magazine that covers the best of the South, including its sporting culture, food, music, art, and literature, and its people and their ideas. The magazine has won numerous awards for journalism, design, and overall excellence, and its two previous books, The Southerner's Handbook and Good Dog, were New York Times bestsellers.

Books by Editors of Garden and Gun

S Is for Southern

A Guide to the South, from Absinthe to Zydeco

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From the editors of Garden & Gun, the award-winning magazine known as "The Soul of the South," comes an illuminating and entertaining compendium of Southern history and contemporary culture.  More »

The Southerner's Cookbook

Recipes, Wisdom, and Stories

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A collection of recipes that reflect the great tradition of Southern heritage foods and cuisine, updated with modern techniques, new ingredients, and an overview of the food culture in today's South, where some of the most promising young chefs in America are changing the way we think about "Southern Food."  More »

  • 2016 James Beard Award Finalist: American Cooking
  • Named one of Eater’s Best New Cookbooks for Fall 2015
  • Selected as one of Vanity Fair’s “18 Best New Cookbooks”

Good Dog

True Stories of Love, Loss, and Loyalty

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Inspired by Garden & Gun magazine's popular "Good Dog" column, this rich collection of true stories celebrate the unique relationship between humans and their canine companions, penned by some of today's top writers, including Jon Meacham, Roy Blount, Jr, Dominique Browning, and P.J. O'Rourke.  More »

The Southerner's Handbook

A Guide to Living the Good Life

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From the editors of Garden & Gun, the magazine known as the "soul of the south," comes the ultimate handbook of Southern lifestyle, including hundreds of instructional and narrative essays that reflect exactly how the good life is lived south of the Mason Dixon.  More »

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