This Land Press is a company from and for the middle of America.

Who we are

Over the past several years, we’ve established an impeccable reputation for producing aggressive and compelling journalism, fiction, photography, art and products by acclaimed writers and artists from middle America and beyond.

What we stand for

Our home state Oklahoma has a rich tradition of progressive thinkers. The wiry Woody Guthrie blasted his pro-social message across the nation, armed with just a guitar; today he’s a folk hero. From the ashes of deep-seated racial intolerance, Ralph Ellison emerged as one of our nations most powerful African-American voices. Even Will Rogers—the homely cowboy philosopher-perpetuated a friendly mistrust of government.

If you’re like most of us-or like Woody Guthrie-you might be “grumblin’ and wonderin’ ” if this land’s still made for you and me. This Land Press addresses the question by exploring our past and present; we want to be a place where you can sense a new enthusiasm and wonder about life in the middle of America, while remaining critical of the injustices and absurdities that surround us.

Our mission is to illuminate life and culture in the middle of America through courageous, compelling products and stories We encourage inclusion, tolerance, equality, diversity, integrity, creativity, critical thought, and stewardship. We believe that by attending to the world around us, we can illuminate our condition for the purpose of enhancing and celebrating its beauty and rectifying its neglect.

Made by you and me

This Land Press invites you to engage as much and as often as you’re willing. The best way to get involved is by sending us links to things you find interesting or relevant about life in the middle of our country. Next, you can get involved with our various projects by submitting your best photos, artwork, music, videos, or writings. We’ll do our best to bring notice to your material.


To contact us in regards to anything else, please feel free to email us at


Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, This Land Press also operates a retail store that sells our original books, films, music, apparel, and a variety of other items made craftspeople from across middle America.

This Land’s flagship store is located at 1208 S. Peoria Ave in Tulsa.

The Tulsa airport kiosk is located on the central boulevard near Terminal B at Tulsa International Airport.

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  • Shane Brown Photographer
  • Sage Flower Sales Associate
  • Stuart Hetherwood Chief Operations Officer
  • Vincent LoVoi Publisher and Executive Chairman
  • Michael Mason Founder
  • Ryan McGahan Art Director
  • Jolie Hossack Sales Associate
  • Kathryn Parkman Assistant Editor
  • Courtney Campbell Finance Manager
  • Iveet Sanchez Sales Associate