September 15, 2013

This Land Magazine

This Machine gets territorial. In this issue, we discover an artist in the woods, explore a territory that never was, and send love letters from a screened-in porch in a city that sleeps.

HOMEWARD BOUND: Tahlequah via Brooklyn: James McGirk writes notes from a screened-in porch in a city that sleeps.

BOOMERANG: The life of Oklahoma artist Harold Stevenson, who once counted Andy Warhol one of his closest friends, comes full circle. By Steve Sherman.

MISS I.T. MEETS MR. OK: Grace-Yvette Gemmell tells a different kind of love story.

SHADOWED STREETS: Downtown Tulsa can’t shake its ghost. A new poem by Walt Kosty.

ORIGINAL OKIE: Harold Stevenson, an Idabel native, is known as one of the world’s greatest living artists, his life marked by “The New Adam”—a male nude measuring 8 feet by 40, now in the Guggenheim—and rubbing elbows with Andy Warhol.

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