The inaugural issue of The Coyote is a composite from a trip taken by photographers Jonathan Levitt and Jesse Lenz and reporter Seth Putnam between the Florida Everglades and secluded Cumberland Island, Georgia. At the mention of this particular patch, most people think of two stereotypes: retirees and bad drivers. But it is a place of fierce biology and terrifying predators, of pedigreed Florida crackers and Gladesmen who aren’t afraid to test the limits of the law, of old American aristocracy, and yes, of seniors hoping to get warm.
It’s the kind of fever dream one might have while sitting in a bar named for the God of the Sea: overheard snippets of conversation, characters in conflict, scenes of a land trying to come to terms with itself.
- 48 pages
- 11" x 15"
- 50 lb newsprint paper
- Edition of 2000