Monthly Archives: March 2011

Southern Literature Stuck in the Past?

Chris Tusa thinks so, and makes his case in the Spring 2011 issue of Story South. Anyone who’s spent any length of time living in the south knows that history is important to us. In the south, we cling to … Continue reading

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Poems from Mather Schneider

I MISS THE WOODS It’s easy to worship the world but hard to worship people. Life should be like fight to a dog. But all modern life consists of is society, learning how to negotiate society how to deal with … Continue reading

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System Failure

Yeah. It happened to me, on my oldest computer, which I trusted, and it let me down, as computers will. This again delays shipments of Ken Clark’s wonderful chap, Eggs of American Songbirds., to some of you. I trust the … Continue reading

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Anger Burns, by Gary Carter

  There are those among us / sanctimonious pricks, soul searchers, religious fanatics, etc. / who counsel that anger is bad, to be avoided / but let me tell you in no uncertain terms that good old red-ass anger, blind … Continue reading

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Andre Dubus in E-format!

Andre Dubus is one of my five favorite writers and has been for nearly twenty years. One of my fondest memories is sitting in Jim Thomson’s backyard just chatting with him the one time I met him. This was shortly … Continue reading

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