Home & Hill Issue 1

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Home & Hill Issue 1

18.00

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 //  Home & Hill Magazine is a print quarterly which features past and present representations of a life well lived in Tennessee.  Bound with in depth profiles of makers and doers, features of home life, and cultural and travel narratives, this publication fosters and attends to curiosity and craftsmanship.

Issue No. 1 features interviews and musings with dozens of natives including the bands Humming House and The Black Lillies; a conversation with athlete and “Fittest Man on Earth,” Rich Froning; tastes of Middle Tennessee’s daring food scene, including Burger Up andThe Bang Candy Company; how Merrimack Canoes are hatched; the tricks of Tennessee’s woodworking trade; and conversations with Memphis royalty, Corey Mesler and Anna Avant.

Issue No. 2 features a food spread by Local Milk's, Beth Kirby, a knitting piece by Camellia Fiber Company's Rebekka Seale; investigates the prowess of runner Dallas Smith; enjoys the merits of the collaboration of Memphis' John Paul Keith and Amy LaVere; takes you into the kitchen of Margot Cafe; and touts the efforts of woodworker Matt Alexander of Holler Design.

Followed by tales of Tennessee travels and travails, these issues are complete with a log book to chart travel throughout the state and jot down notes and inspiration.

Details: 104 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper. Printed in Nashville, TN. 100% editorial copy with no advertisements.

 

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