Issue 10, Winter 1995

Issue 10, Winter 1995

 

“[T]he stories which connect us . . . have a much deeper worldly and spiritual significance. Stories, those explorations of the lonely self, are more important now than ever.” — Richard Bausch in “Stories from a Life”

Memoir by Richard Bausch. Short Story by Lynna Williams. Essays by Michael Hamphill and Mark Richardson. Hal Crowther writes about “Eating Rats in Vicksburg.” Other contributors include Florence King, Linda Peal, Bern Keating, Willie Morris, Joe Atkins, Steve Vineberg, Jonathon Miles, and Matthew Teague.


FEATURES


SHORT STORY

Gazelles 
by Lynna Williams

MEMOIR

Stories From a Life 
by Richard Bausch

ESSAYS

Beggars 
by Michael Hamphill

Home for the Holidays 
by Mark Richard


Departments


DOWN, OUT, & ABOUT

Como’s Laureate • Mr. Magazine • Kermit • Rhine Delta Blues

THE FAILED SOUTHERN LADY

Saving Our Confederate Daughters 
by Florence King

DEALER’S CHOICE

Eating Rats at Vicksburg
by Hal Crowther

SOUTHERN TRAVEL

In the Neighborhood of Tennessee Williams 
by Linda Peal

SOUTHERN FOOD

The Only Pot in Town 
by Bern Keating

SOUTHERN SPORTS

The Big Kick 
by Willie Morris

SOUTHERN MUSIC

The Man Who Would Be King 
by Joe Atkins

SOUTHERN VIDEO

The Yearling 
by Steve Vineberg

SOUTHERN BOOKS

Phantom of the Delta 
by Jonathon Miles

How Do You Like Your Blue-Eyed Boy Now? 
by Matthew Teague