BS Magazine - Issue No. 6

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In Issue No. 6 of The Bitter Magazine we’ve definitely turned up the volume.

In our biggest and best issue yet, music plays throughout, and we’re very happy about that. Headlining is the great Jason Isbell as our cover story, and Nashville queen Margo Price pens our “Letter from Home.” In “Jason Isbell is Walking Tall,” acclaimed novelist Taylor Brown interviews Jason, one of our very favorite artists and clearly one of the great writers of our time. Two writers talking about writing and empathy and life - it’s a gem of a story. Flipping through the pages, Wyatt Williams shares a beautiful meditation on Lucinda Williams (no relation). There’s the tale of Peter One, a former West African pop star who emigrated from the Ivory Coast 28 years ago, leaving music behind to become a nurse in the United States. Recently and miraculously, he was rediscovered and is now back onstage opening for artists like Jason Isbell. We share stories of electronic music pioneer Bob Moog and Atlanta’s lineage of Black composers. A roster of friends including Adeem the Artist, Shelby Lynne, Ruby Amanfu, BJ Barham, She Returns From War, and Lonnie Holley all share their favorite protest songs. In Issue No. 6 you’ll also find world-class poetry from Clint Smith, J. Drew Lanham, Reyes Ramirez, and Silas House. There are stories about Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, chefs on boats in Louisiana, lightning bugs in South Carolina, and kudzu, well, all over the damn place. We hope you love this issue as much as we do. Order your copies today!

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