Our Summer 2000 issue finds the strange career of Atticus Finch, a former fashion photographer’s new snapshots, the latest music from George Jones, an environmental history of the South, and the reluctant autobiographies of Dorsey Dixon.
"I won't order Southern Cultures again due to the politically correct, stereotypical beating you administer to white southerners."
"God is coming back, and man is she pissed."
"Certain school districts across the country have censored To Kill a Mockingbird for its sexual content, and some have banned the book because of its depiction of racism."
"What could a former fashion photographer possibly have to offer Southern Cultures?"
"Indian Summer will give way to a long season of planetary troubles—troubles in bunches."
University of Mississippi, 1999
Hill Street Press, 1999
University of Missouri Press, 1999
Louisiana State University Press, 1999
University of Georgia Press, 1998; Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1998
University of North Carolina Press, 1998
John Wiley and Sons, 1998
University of Arkansas Press, 1997
University of Tennessee Press, 1997
The Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, 1999
"Dorsey Dixon, a forty-year-old weaver, was tending his looms one rainy morning in the Winter of 1938 when he heard the news of a deadly automobile accident on nearby U.S. Highway 1."