Garden & Gun

Garden & Gun is based in Charleston, South Carolina and covers art, skeet-shooting, gardens, Southern tradition, and land conservation. The name Garden & Gun is explained as an "inside reference to a popular 1970s Charleston disco called the Garden and Gun Club." It is also explained as a metaphor for the South's land, people, lifestyle, and heritage. Garden & Gun created the Made in the South Awards in 2010 to celebrate and encourage Southern craftsmanship and to recognize the best available Southern-made products. The annual contest calls for entries in six categories: Food, Drink, Home, Style, Crafts, and Outdoors. The overall winner receives a $10,000 cash prize and, along with all category winners and runners-up, is prominently featured in the magazine's December/January issue. It had one of cartoonist and novelist Doug Marlette's last written works before he died in a car crash. Other writers for the magazine have included Pat Conroy, Roy Blount Jr., Donna Tartt, Julia Reed, Rick Bragg, John T. Edge, Jessica B. Harris, Allison Glock, and Kim Severson. John Wilson was the magazine's founding Editor in Chief while Sid Evans was the magazine's Editor in Chief from 2008 to fall 2011. David DiBenedetto began his role as Editor in Chief starting with the December 2011/January ... ()

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Countries covered: US

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Fischer | Data Science. ID: MEDIA:36438, Added: 01/11/2021, Last updated: 05/23/2021