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The award-winning Garden & Gun is a sleek bi-monthly magazine that celebrates the magic and culture of Southern living, packing each page with depictions of its thriving culture for denizens and dilettantes alike. Each issue is a sweet pie of topics—ranging from cuisine and architecture to the sporting and gardening life—and reflects the beauty of Southern people and their passions with a witty style that never stoops to mockery. The regular feature “Talk of the South” acts as a guide to arts, entertainment, and delicious experiences, while the “Good Hunting” column provides a gun-toter's guide to the latest austral arrivals. Roy Blount Jr.’s “End of the Line” spins tall tales and knee-slapping whimsical anecdotes about life in the South, and the “Good Dog” column—a canine connoisseur's document of a dog’s life—satisfies hankerings for the heart-warming. With the insider’s knowledge gleaned from a year of Garden & Gun, even the most northerly Yankee could infiltrate the South without the hassle of disguising themselves as okra or chugging a gallon of molasses to disguise their accent.
Garden & Gun earned the Magazine Association of the Southeast's Grand Gamma Award as well as gold ratings in four other categories in 2010. The magazine was also nominated for the American Society of Magazine Editors' National Magazine Award in the general excellence category in 2010.
- Garden & Gun's irresistible features and elegant design introduce you to a Southern lifestyle that is more seductive than you may have ever imagined. – American Society of Magazine Editors
- It’s not just the individual components of this publication that make it stand out; the overall packaging—the design, the typography, the clever (but not smart-alecky) display copy, the pacing and organization—reveals the intelligence, the passion, the love of its makers. – Steven Slon, Magazine Association of the Southeast