A River Flows Under Atlanta’s Airport, and People Hope To Make It A Destination. WABE

Flight Path author Hannah Palmer on how the airport changed Atlanta's south side. Atlanta Magazine

A conversation with Hannah Palmer, author of “Flight Path." ArtsATL

Viewing the “Flight Path” from Stumptown: An Interview with Hannah Palmer. ATL Studies



Recreational Infrastructure: Who Gets to Enjoy the World's Busiest Airport? ATLStudies

Goodbye and good riddance to bland Atlanta airport development, Atlanta Magazine

A Home by the Airport: How I Fell in Love with Atlanta's Misunderstood Southside, ChooseATL

More Than Eats, Atlanta Magazine

19 Things you didn't know about Atlanta's past, Atlanta Magazine

Walking Dread: Filming in Atlanta's Rotten Core, ATLStudies

13 Ways of Looking at An Olympic Cauldron, Art Papers Magazine

Achieving Blankness: Notes from the Edge of the Atlanta Airport, Art Papers Magazine 

     See this article translated to the ATL Maps platform here.

I Can See My House From Here: The Rise of the Atlanta Airport, PechaKucha 20x20

Irreconcilable Differences: Neighborhoods and Airport Growth in Atlanta, Global Atlanta

Unloveable Atlanta, ATLStudies



I'm From Here, ATLmaps. This project, a collaboration with Georgia State University and Emory University, combines archival maps of the Atlanta airport area, geospatial data visualization, and multimedia location pinpoints to explore how the growing airport erased many southside communities.

A Home by the Airport, iReport

Chronicling the vanishing southside since 2004 at Stumptown, GA