We’re thrilled to bring you the third issue of This Land, featuring some of Oklahoma’s greatest new stories, including “Rumblefish,” the original story by S.E. Hinton, “Grapes of Wrath: A Red Dirt Reprise” by Steve Gerkin, and “Since G-d Was a Boy,” a graphic novel by Peter Bedgood.
THE WHITE DOVE REVIEW: How a group of Tulsa teenagers created a literary legend, by Joshua Kline.
DREAMS OF A BLACK OKLAHOMA: On the trail of the Okie pioneers of Alberta.
DRIVEWAY: An original poem by Ron Padgett.
THE DHARMIC DIRTY OLD MAN: An interview with Allen Ginsberg that was discovered in the archives of Tulsa University.
And many more exciting readings.
Also featuring: cover design by Carlos Knight and photography by Michael Cooper