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How I Became a Famous Writer

We become who we become for reasons we cannot always know—because of what we saw our mothers love, or our fathers hate, and because of what we need deep down inside the parts of us that others don't know about, such as love, or security, or adoration.
Department: LITERATURE
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In Mencken's Shadow

When the American South searches its memory—and its institutional memory is powerful, to judge from prejudices and resentments with virtually prehistoric antecedents—it invariably revisits two great enemies who tower above the rest. It’s the Union General William Tecumseh Sherman and the Baltimore polemicist Henry Louis Mencken who provoke the most passionate curses from Confederate descendants with long memories.
Department: LITERATURE
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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Cody Cobb

"These scenes were discovered while exploring dirt roads, abandonments, swamps, and pine forests of northwestern Louisiana, east Texas, and southern Arkansas."
Department: ART
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PHOTO ESSAY: Louisiana, Purchased

For more than two decades, I have explored the ways in which this kind of class and racial discrimination is woven into our national cultural fabric, by photographing various supremacist organizations and those others who are the recipients of their actions.
Department: ART
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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Michael Clausen

This collection represents a small sample of the people and places I’ve discovered during my weekly photo walks in North Carolina. I dedicate time each week to capturing visual moments and documenting their place in history.
Department: ART
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