Buffalo Gals, the Wildest Show in the South, and sentimental poetry. You’ll find that and much more in our Spring 2008 issue.
"It's not hard to see how nostalgia could become a southern theme song."
"Until the announcement in 2005 of the rediscovery of the ivory-bill, there had not been a broadly accepted ivory-bill for sixty years."
"Against the brutal backdrop of its own history Angola now poses itself as a progressive prison."
"I shot primarily under low light, which allowed mystery to sink into each image and space."
"'What I wrote seemed to me more essentially myself than anything I did or said.'"
"There is a land beyond the lands you know . . ."
"Poor white and black southerners ate molasses in some form with almost every meal."
"A Buffalo Gal would not be bowled over by every little thing that came along."
Brandeis University Press, 2006
Louisiana State University Press, 2005
University of Georgia Press, 2006
University of Alabama Press, 2006
Louisiana State University Press, 2006