Issue 19, Winter 1997

Issue 19, Winter 1997


Religion in the South

“I think it’s safe to say that while the South is hardly Christ-centered, it is most certainly Christ-haunted.” — Flannery O’Connor

Features by Doug Cumming, Willie Morris, Laura Wexler, and John Holman. “Southern Gallery” by Terry Rowlett, Bernice King, Howard Finster, Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, and Will Campbell. Other contributors include Mark Jarman, Tom Piazza, Eric Ormsby, Alan Jacobs, Terry Rowlett, and more.


FEATURES

GOING TO THE CHAPEL 
by Doug Cumming

BARRY MOSER’S BIBLE
by Willie Morris

VOICES IN THE NIGHT
by Laura Wexler

FICTION
RITA’S MYSTERY
by John Holman

ESSAY

A WORN PATH 
by Tony Earley

SOUTHERN GALLERY

Terry Rowlett

Bernice King

Howard Finster

Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin

Will Campbell

DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR’S BOX

DEAR OA

POETRY by Mark Jarman

POETRY by Eric Ormsby

BOOK REVIEW by Alan Jacobs

SHORT BOOK REVIEWS

SOUTHERN MUSIC by Tom Piazza

THEATRE by Steve Vineberg

SOUTHERN SCENES by Michael A. Schwarz

SOUTHERN SCENES by Terry Rowlett

COLUMNS

DEALER’S CHOICE by Hal Crowther

WAVING NOT DROWNING by Julia Reed

GONE OFF UP NORTH by Roy Blount Jr.