Nancy McCrary and all the good folks at South x Southeast Photo Magazine (SxSE) have now brought us S[x]SE for November/December 2014.
This issue offers lots of fine work that gives us much to contemplate in this season when, as the song goes, it is time for us to stand and watch the seasons turn.
Much of this issue is given over to a series of interviews, including Jennifer Shaw's conversation with Judy Sherrod about PhotoNOLA 2014, and about life on New Orleans.
Also included are three interviews that Jerry Atnip conducted for S[x]SE, one with Jack Spencer (see image above) on his new work, another with Alan Rothschild on the Do Good Fund for Southern Photography, and another with the good folks at Digital Arts Atlanta.
This issue also features Lorrie Dallek's portfolio of work made on tobacco farms in Cuba -- interesting to see how tobacco looks growing in another country.
Also included are portfolios of work by winners in this year's competition sponsored by the Arts Clayton Gallery, a non-profit community art gallery in Clayton, GA.
And you can have access to all this fine -- and award-winning -- work for a very reasonable fee.
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