Issue 106, Fall 2019
The Magazine of the South debuts a new look! Featuring an updated cover design, new fonts, and a higher page count to accommodate more fine art and photography, the magazine has been redesigned to create a more comfortable and enjoyable experience for readers.
Highlights from the issue include Boyce Upholt’s deeply reported feature on a Louisiana tribe facing eviction due to climate change; an exclusive excerpt from Van Jensen and Nate Powell’s graphic novel, Two Dead; and a suite of poems from Nathaniel Mackey paired with collages by Tschabalala Self.
Art by Curran Hatleberg, Brian Galderisi, Rory Doyle, Derek Wycoff, Lacey Terrell, Ruth Miller, Adair Freeman Rutledge, Josh Smith, Johnathon Kelso, John Lucas, Angela Deane, DM Witman, William Widmer, Tschabalala Self, Nate Powell, Ebony G. Patterson, Walter Inglis Anderson, Julian Rankin, Cheryle St. Onge, Nathan Gelgud
Cover: “Untitled (Azalea)” (2012), by Curran Hatleberg.
Hatleberg’s work is on view in the Whitney Biennial through September 22, at the Whitney Museum of American Art