Magazine


Issue 8, August / September 1995

 

For this issue, “the question before us was how to follow up a grandiloquent William Faulkner story.” — Editor’s Letter

Fiction by Joy Tremewan and June Spence. Photo gallery by William Joyce. Essays by Alan Jacobs and Lawrence Wells. History by Allen Barra on “The Life and Legend of Doc Holliday.” Other contributors include Linda Peal, Jonathan Miles, Michael Sragow, Hal Crowther, William Jeanes, and Tom Sulley.







FEATURES

SHORT STORY

BLAZE OF DREAMS 
by Joy Tremewan

THE WATER MAN
by June Spence

GALLERY

A DAY WITH William Joyce

ESSAYS

HYPOCRISY
by Alan Jacobs

SECOND-GUESSING THE PAST 
by Lawrence Wells

PERSONALITIES

ONE NIGHT WITH THE KILLER
by John Fergus Ryan

HISTORY

THE LIFE AND LEGEND OF DOC HOLLIDAY 
by Allen Barra


 DEPARTMENTS

DOWN, OUT & ABOUT

RADIO MEN • A NECESSARY PLACE • GUNTOWN STRANGER  

SOUTHERN TRAVEL

STRANGER LONGINGS IN MONROEVILLE
by Linda Peal

SOUTHERN FOOD

DISPATCH FROM THE TICK FARMER'S KITCHEN 
by Jonathan Miles

SOUTHERN VIDEO

BLUE-EYED SOUL 
by Michael Sragow

SOUTHERN BOOKS

ERSKINE CALDWELL: THE JOURNEY FROM TOBACCO ROAD 
by Hal Crowther

ROSCOE TURNER: AVIATION'S MASTER SHOWMAN 
by William Jeanes

SOUTHERN SCENES

by Tom Sully