Products with a story.
The story of America lives in the heart of the land. This Land"s mission is to create a space to discover new ideas and become awakened to aspects of our past that inform our future. We celebrate inclusivity, honesty and the willingness to approach the world with open eyes.
From non-fiction to poetry, This Land has published the best Oklahoma writers and thinkers since 2010.
The Race Reader
The commemoration of 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 brings focus to the legacy of racism in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We believe that listening and learning is the key to understanding this powerful moment.
The Race Reader is an anthology collection that illuminates the devastating historical, cultural and personal toll that racism takes on society. And, it offers the hope that through understanding, reconciliation is possible.
Selected pieces from This Land magazine that reframe life and culture in the middle of America.
The Secret Wheat Deal
by James C. Thomas
A hard winter freeze in 1972 destroyed the Soviets’ wheat crop at the moment of increasing consumption; offering Nixon the breakthrough he needed.Read Now
Our Own Formulas
by Apollonia Piña
The story of my grandfather is not unique when it comes to the narrative of Native students struggling in college, especially in the math and science fields.Read Now
Kurt Vonnegut's Oklahoma Eden
by Ginger Strand
Ginger Strand finds out what the hell Kurt Vonnegut was doing in the Osage Hills in 1939.Read Now
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