We celebrated our twenty-fifth anniversary year by doing what we’ve always done: publish the groundbreaking fiction—three excerpts from Jesmyn Ward’s National Book Award–winning novel, Sing, Unburied, Sing—essays, nonfiction, and poetry our readers have come to expect. Revisit or catch up on… | Dec, 2017
Jessica Ingram is a conceptual artist who uses photography, video, and audio to explore the ethos of communities and the power of belonging. Photographs from this work are included in Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art, co-organized by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and the Speed Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
Jessica Ingram’s Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial explores forgotten sites of the civil rights era. The project “is the result of a deep questioning of American racial history and ideas of collective memory, of how we mark historic sites—or don’t mark them.”