Fall 2014, 67.4, is now available
- “The National Body Divided: America, Italy, and Mark Twain’s Literary Caesarian Operation in Pudd’nhead Wilson,” Melissa Asher Daniels
- “‘I Won’t Stay in this Dead Country’: The Gilded Age and the Geographic Problematic,” Will Cunningham
- “As Others See Us: Dismantling Stereotypes of Appalachian Class Systems in Sarah Barnwell Elliott’s The Durket Sperret,” Erin Houlihan Wedehase
- “Folklore, Urban Insurrection, and the Killing of the Black Hero in the Turn of the Century South,” Douglas Flowe
- “The God in the Snake, the Devil in the Phallus: Biblical Revision and Radical Conservatism in Hurston’s ‘Sweat,’” Catherine Carter
- “Miller Williams, Poet and Teacher,” Ashby Bland Crowder
- “Barry Hannah’s Bright Keyboard: A Reprise,” Joan Wylie Hall
- "Barry Hannah’s Bright Keyboard: A Reprise,” Joan Wylie Hall
- “Desire, Faith, and Flannery O’Connor,” Joseph M. Flora
- “‘All Ways at Once’: A. R. Ammons, Poet, and the Poetics of His Prose,” Tessa Joseph-Nicholas
- Rough South, Rural South: Region and Class in Recent Southern Literature, edited by Jean W. Cash and Keith Perry. Reviewed by Jolene Hubbs.
- Song of My Life: A Biography of Margaret Walker, by Carolyn J. Brown. Reviewed by Amy Pardo.
|Winter-Spring 2015, 68.1-2 is now available