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Saturday Evening Post

Saturday Evening Post

Yes, that Saturday Evening Post. We've been around for nearly 300 years, and we're still in print!

Summer of My Youth by Katherine Bonnie Bailey Thirty years later, Summer came back to me. She wasn’t a hallucination or a ghost, and I knew exactly what day it was: Independence Day, 1961.

Darla by Laura Garrison With her Southern charm, fresh-baked treats, and incredible efficiency, Darla was the best thing that ever happened to our office–and also maybe the worst....

The Secret of Bruscar Skerry by Daniel Rosen @ SEPS 2014

Saturday Evening Post Illustrated by Edwin Georgi September 1956

Victims of Politics: The 1964 Murder of Three Civil Rights Workers By: Jeff Nilsson A recent Pew survey shows at least one third of Americans believe their ideological opponents pose a “threat to the nation’s well-being.” Troubling as this might be, we have seen far worse.

Fiction: Rump. By: Vicky Mlyniec Gordon's failure to head straight home as he'd promised earns him a strange encounter with an ample-bottomed woman on a mission.

Fiction: The Great Berry Pie Cook-Off, Part One. By: Barbara Briggs Ward. Can Mary Stevens' wild raspberry pie bring home a blue ribbon and honor her mother's legacy?

Fiction: People in Your Life By: Linda McCullough Moore An encounter with an old crush brings surprising revelations about the end of a marriage.

A New American Isolationism? By: David A. Andelman For the vast mass of the American people, getting out of military entanglements is now the expectation rather than some vague hope.

July/August 2014 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. Cover illustration reprinted from September 13, 1958. "Hot Dogs" by Ben Kimberly Prins. © SEPS

"Fireworks" by Ben Kimberly Prins for The Saturday Evening Post, July 4, 1953.

John Clymer's "Herding Horses" for The Saturday Evening Post, September 13, 1952.

iPhone 5 case by Kurt Ard | Vintage Saturday Evening Post cover art.

'Love at Six' by Mathieu Cailler. Mary Ann's six-year-old grandson Zachary spends the weekend at her house, and learns a very grown-up truth about love.

'Hush, Now' by Beth Anderson. When Jan Wilmitsky decides to research her family tree, she makes a shocking discovery.

Curtis Stone's Roast Turkey Breast with Lemon and Sage Brown Butter

Best scones in Ireland from Hayfield Manor

Curtis Stone's banana bread with walnuts

Gingersnap cookies with lemon icing.

Rainbow Trout with Oranges and Tomatoes

Slow-Cooker Recipes from Emeril Lagasse

Real Italian meals from Mary Ann Esposito

Liberty Bottleworks Aluminum Water Bottle 24 oz. Featured design: "At the Pool" by John LaGatta for The Saturday Evening Post.

Norman Rockwell's "The Runaway" cover for The Saturday Evening Post. Amazon Kindle cover.