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Vol. 23, No. 3: Things

  //  fall 2017

Mississippi’s Rhinestone Cowboy. West Virginia’s last commercial broom-maker. Harriet Beecher Stowe’s orange grove. And all sorts of other southern things. Guest edited by Bernie Herman, we think this issue is pure gold (if the glitzy cover didn’t give that away).

Table of Contents
Photo Essay


by Wendel A. White

Driving a New Perspective

Automobiles in the Photographs of Reverend L. O. Taylor

by Emily Ridder-Beardsley

What’s in a Seal?

How a Fish Came to Represent the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana

by Denise E. Bates

A List of Waters

by Tyree Daye
1The scar that flows from my aunt’s thighto the boulder of her swollen ankle is a mapof the Haw River,each toe a Blue Heron. 2My mama’s water               is all water, I’m every river rockinside her being smoothed over. 3The palms of my uncle’s handsare the Deep River when he is holding a gutted trout.Always somethingis bleeding. »
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