"This quarterly has tons of promise."—The USA Today
"Elegantly designed...this is fresh, original writing, a pleasure to read."—the New Orleans Times-Picayune
"The most promising literary magazine in the nation."—The Memphis Commercial-Appeal
"An excellent new literary magazine."—The Lufkin (Texas)
"Could become a journal of some of the finest writing the South has to offer."—(North Carolina) Spectator
Before the Winds Came
by Madison Jones
A farming family’s slow entry into the modern age.
by Daniel Lyons
A painful, criminal parting of ways.
Racing on Mississippi Dirt
by Susan Lee
The wonderful world of small-town auto-racing.
by Florence King
An uncurmudgeon-like look at a Southern classic.
The Lost Masterpiece of Tennessee Williams
by Steve Vineberg
An underrated play of the Mississippi native, dissected.
by Jeff Baker
The old man takes a tumble.
Free Lance in Bosnia
by John Hester
A Ruleville native reaches the front.
24 hour Elvis
by Scott Morris
The King revisited.
by Gerald Wade
Mississippi wasn’t always so quiet.
For the Love of Alma
by Charles Taylor
The creepy wages of fame.
Will D. Campbell
on the banks of the university
The Rhino in the Burger King
Cover Photography by William Eggleston