Music Review: The Hooten Hallers

Music Review: The Hooten Hallers

That night they played all the songs from their album Greetings from Welp City! Immediately obsessed, I bought the CD and wore it out waiting for another release. BY JORGE KRZYZANIAK | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 02 That sweaty night the Conservatory was full of young...
Book Review: Bad Faith

Book Review: Bad Faith

Wheeler knows the land, the state, and he inhabits these settings and imbues them with an aromatic sense of familiarity. BY NATHAN SINDELAR | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 02 In Bad Faith, Theodore Wheeler’s debut collection of short stories, it is certainty that causes...

Music Review: Katie Williams of Norman Oklahoma

BY JORGE KRZYZANIAK | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 01 “Force of Nature” album Just as thunder rumbles across the plains to tell of a coming storm, so comes the music of Katie Williams. From out of Norman, Oklahoma— arguably Oklahoma’s last bastion of wholesome...