Stories

Song of the Soque

Song of the Soque

The Soque River is a narrow watershed that begins and ends in the mountains of northeast Georgia’s Habersham County. It is also a siren that sings to every fly fisherman who has ever had the fortune to hook one of her innumerable trout leviathans. It was my good...

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Attacked by a Crocodile

Attacked by a Crocodile

“Africa’s a great place,” said our guide, sliding the safety back on his .375 H & H, “but don’t make any mistakes…” The rasping metallic whine of Christmas beetles saturated the hot, still air at midday of November 21st, 1976, the shrill sound blending with the...

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An Interview with Doug Giles

An Interview with Doug Giles

Doug Giles is an avid hunter, minister, the popular host of the Warriors and Wildmen Podcast, owner and editor of the political website Clashdaily.com, and the author of such bestselling books as Pussification: The Effeminization of the...

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The Great Slime Kings

The Great Slime Kings

In Seamus Heaney’s poem “Death of a Naturalist”, the speaker describes in vivid detail how his curiosity as a child about the bullfrogs living in a bog near his town morphs into the terror of being sucked down under the mire by the jellied spawn of the “mud grenades”....

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