Kahiah Polidore | Headlines

  Headlines is a reaction to how the media dispenses the propaganda surrounding the victims of police brutality and injustice in America. Using all available technology, I find articles and publications on the web, and broadcast them over members of … Read More

Letter From the Editor | Fifth Anniversary Issue

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  With this issue it has been five years since the launch of South x Southeast photomagazine, a project created from many years working in niche magazines, combined with a background in art with a focus on photography, combined with … Read More

COVER Books | An interview with Katie Barringer | by Nancy McCrary

  Years after the naysayers told us bricks and mortar bookstores were dead – particularly niche, specialty bookstores – Katie Barringer returned to her Atlanta roots to brazenly launch COVER, one of the loveliest of lovely bookstores in the South, … Read More

Unaka Mountain, A Land of Enchantment | Jeffrey Stoner

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    I enjoy reading stories written by people who have through-hiked the Appalachian Trail.  In several books the hikers write about becoming disoriented when crossing the top of Unaka Mountain.  One writer said she felt like she was in a … Read More

Hounds | William Kenner

  Since the days of my Brownie Hawkeye, 620 film, and burn-your-fingers flashbulbs, photography has been a part of me. Until medical school I shot for fun, but as yearbook editor, I became more serious. I carried a small camera … Read More

The Galapagos Reimagined | Judy Lampert

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    Archipiélago de Colón, Ecuador, or the Galápagos Islands, is a very diverse group of islands formed by volcanic activity. Filled with many unique species and harsh landscapes, they are magnificent. Since Charles Darwin’s exploration in 1835, they have … Read More

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