Thursday, June 23, 2011

South X Southeast Photo Magazine about to Launch


Nancy McCrary, Publisher of the new magazine South by Southeast, announces that her magazine will appear on July 1st, 2011, and monthly thereafter.

Nancy describes the magazine as "a new online monthly and in-print quarterly magazine that will bring you anything and everything about photography in and of the Southeast. From galleries of work by our established masters to interesting series by new emerging artists—you’ll be covered. You will also see feature videos of the artists discussing their work while bringing you into their studios, as well as beautiful imagery they've created in motion."

She promises that Issue One, launching July 1st, will include Images from Shelby Lee Adams's new book Salt and Truth (see image above), Anderson Scott's Civil War Re-enactors photography, and Brandon Schulman's landscape photography, as well as interviews with photographer Jack Spencer and Marilyn Suriani,  videos of William Eggleston and Larry Fink, and reports on festivals, museums, and (as they always say), much, much more.

In addition to Nancy the Publisher, John A. Bennette is serving as Artistic Director.

You can learn more at sxsemagazine.com, their website, or by contacting nancy@sxsemagazine.com.

All this good stuff doesn't come free, but they are offering a special introductory rate of $12/yr for the online version of the magazine.

I've already signed up for a subscription and look forward to seeing what the future holds for this new venue for photography in the American South.

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