A field guide to the American South: old-school barbecue and small-town squares, horse jockeys and jazz musicians, civil rights legacies and back-road wonders.
Inside Wildsam American South, you'll find tales from prize-winning writers, past and present; detailed road trip itineraries and profiles of beloved Southern towns; interviews with chefs, art collectors, jazz icons and bourbon experts; delightful miscellany from the archives, selective recommendations about authentic experiences and offbeat intel that offers stunning insight into the South.
"Rife with lush landscapes and brutal histories, any true journey explores the complexities of the South: a beautiful, crooked road of misty mountains and barrier islands and sleepy small towns, collectively possessing a strange and utopian pull on the American imagination."
161 pages, printed in the U.S.A.
Back-pocket size, 4 x 6.5 inches
Featuring more than two dozen local experts