March 1, 2013
We’re uncovering Woody Guthrie’s great lost work, House of Earth, with several pages ripped directly from the text and a feature from Thomas Conner chronicling its discovery and relevance.
HOMEGROWN: A Lincoln, smoke-filled to the headliner, floats down a darkening road in this drag off a new novel-in-progress. By Eddie Chuculate.
HAY IS FOR HOSSES: What started as a ploy to get girls continues as an homage to family and tradition. By Steve Gerkin.
NONE CLOSER TO THE SUN: An excerpt from the long-lost novel of the Okemah-born vagabond and folk forefather. By Woody Guthrie.
SHEDDING LIGHT: Did the manuscript of Woody Guthrie’s long-lost novel emerge intact with an ecological premonition? By Thomas Conner.
ME HEAD: A TV Guide employee tenders a letter of resignation outlining his intent to leave dry land for high-sea adventure.
ORIGINAL OKIE: Broken Arrow native and musician JD McPherson may be performing at Bonnaroo this summer, but he’s still got time to sit down for a portrait by Sterlin Harjo.