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From Dolly Parton to Hank Williams, the Country Roots Music Issue covers the icons you love with writing from contributors new and old! Order today and get a free compilation CD with nineteen carefully selected tracks.

Eyes on the South

Eyes on the South

Atlanta Signage: Looking Up

This ongoing photo series gives light to the seemingly overlooked places and signs in Atlanta that may not stand the test of time and gentrification.

By Emily Wang

Eyes on the South

You are Where you're Supposed to Be

Through processed photos, image-based artist Billie Carter-Rankin witnesses her grandmother's growth in Milwaukee as part of the Southerners who moved North during the Great Migration.

By Billie Carter-Rankin

Eyes on the South

Fossils of the Future

Kristen Regan imagines modernized fossils made up of organic elements fused with discarded plastic objects.

By Kristen Regan

Eyes on the South

Hunting for the Archetype

I hunt for the archetype in the landscape and find hints of the apocalypse in the world around me.

By Julie Dermansky

In Two Places at Once

By June Canedo de Souza

Documenting Deeply

By Will Warasila

A Way Home

By Jay Simple

The Coast of Baton Rouge

By William Greiner

Childhood Dreams, Adult Realities

By Dason Pettit

Eyes on the South

Vision and Values

From Yonder Wooded Hill explores photographer Riley Goodman’s blue-collar background and the Appalachian folklore of his upbringing.

By Riley Goodman

Guiding Light

Home to the oldest Spiritualist community in the South, Cassadaga is one of the few places in the United States where mediums and healers practice year-round.

By Scott McIntyre

Rhythm and Rhyme

Documenting the unique traditions of the Uptown neighborhoods, Brown captures the lively atmosphere of “masking” on Mardi Gras.

By Rob Brown