- In Guernica's awesome American South issue, I have an essay about being of a place, but just barely.
- Last summer, I spent a few days in Dayton, Tenn., at the Scopes Trial Play & Festival, trying to reckon with the infamous “monkey trial” and the town it put on the map. My dispatch appears in the new issue of the Oxford American, out soon.
- I spent a day on the job with Dr. Linda Ellington, possibly Atlanta’s most beloved veterinarian, for the new issue of the Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine.
- In the first issue of Scratch, a new digital magazine about writers and money, I have an essay about food-hunger and career-hunger and being Lisa Simpson and trying not to be Mr. Creosote. Issue one is available now.
- I wrote the second issue of Brother, all about Charleston, S.C.’s Clammer Dave. Swagger and bivalves! John T. Edge approves.
- In January’s Southern Living, I profiled “the next generation of country music.”
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