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“All Over But the Shoutin’” by Rick Bragg. Fiction by Nanci Kincaid, Donald Seacrest, and John Holman. Columns by Hal Crowther, Roy Blount, Jr., and introducing Julia Reed.
Other contributors include Wylene Dunbar, Chris Offutt, C.F. Payne. and more.
All Over But the Shoutin’
by Rick Bragg
The author’s recollections of a violent, drunken father and a mother who struggled to keep her family going.
by Nanci Kincaid
Some people will always be off-limits, but there’s no harm in just thinking about them, is there?
The Sins of Summer
by Donald Secreast
Beautiful, young Camellia has committed a sin that she regrets, for the most part. Her biggest concern now is what form her punishment is going to take.
by John Holman
Grim Power used to dress up as a cowboy and ride a horse in parades. Rob, his younger cousin, thinks he has gotten over being ashamed of Grim. After all, that cowboy stuff was years ago.
Memphis to Gatlingburg
by Alan E. Cober
In 1989 the acclaimed Northern artist Alan Cober and his wife came down to Tennessee for a little rest and relaxation. These are some memories from that trip.
The Other Oxford Looks Down South
by Florence King
The Southern Man of Letters
by Fred Hobson
Born to Die Hard
by Marc Smirnoff
by Hal Crowther
Waving Not Drowning
by Julia Reed
Gone Off Up North
by Ray Blount Jr.
Uncle Art’s Things You Should Know
Report by John Simpkins
Southern Sounds by Robert Gordon
Southern Gallery: Wylene Dunbar
Perspectives by Clifton L. Taulbert
Southern Gallery by Chris Offutt
Video by Randall Curb
Memoirs by Elizabeth Spencer
Southern Bestsellers List
Southern Scenes by C.F. Payne