Happy Newsstand Day!

With a visual love letter to Atlanta, reflections on Cormac McCarthy’s haunted characters, a surreal short story starring an immortal Miles Davis, and so much more, you don’t want to miss the Spring 2023 Issue.


In the Fall 2016 issue, Oxford American columnist John T. Edge profiles Will Harris of White Oak Pastures, a farm in Bluffton, Georgia. A radical voice of common sense in large-scale farming, Harris upturns both corporate agrarianism and idealistic pastoralism for a simple concept: responsibility. Edge writes, Over the last twenty years, he has shifted from raising cattle on an industrial model and refocused the family operation on grass inputs, organic outputs, animal welfare, and minimal waste. Hear more about White Oak Pastures from Harris himself in this short video, created for the Oxford American by Ethan Payne.

Camera/Sound/Edit: Ethan Payne
Produced by: Oxford American
Music: Gresham Cash
Co-producer: John Maudlin
Special Thanks: White Oak Pastures
For more, read “The Harris Hegemony” by John T. Edge in the Fall 2016 issue. 

Ethan Payne

Ethan Payne is a musician, documentary filmmaker, and photographer living in Atlanta, Georgia. His work has been featured in ArtsATL and the Bitter Southerner, and his “Soundies” series has heralded acts such as Punch Brothers, Chairlift, and Dr. Dog.