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Summer-Fall 2015, 68.3-4, to be published Fall 2017

Special Issue on the Twenty-First-Century Southern Novel

Christopher Lloyd, Guest Editor

  • "Introduction: The Twenty-First-Century Southern Novel," Christopher Lloyd
  • "Rootedness and Mobility: Southern Sacrifice Zones in Ron Rash s Serena," Michael Beilfuss
  • "What Comes to the Surface: Storms, Bodies, and Community in Jesmyn Ward s Salvage the Bones," Christopher W. Clark
  • "Poisonous Possibilities: Telling Stories and Telling Ruins in Donna Tartt s The Little Friend," Edward Clough
  • "Percival Everett s Speculative Realities," Matthew Dischinger
  • " I m No Swan : The Ugly Plot from Good Country People to Eating the Cheshire Cat," Monica Carol Miller
  • "From Childhood to the Underworld: Native American Birdman Iconography and Karen Russell s Swamplandia!," Christopher Rieger
  • "William Gay, Agrarianism, and Environmentalism," Sarah Robertson
  • Articles

    • " Spoilt like a Rotten Oyster: Fictive Sterilization in Kathryn Stockett s The Help," Nicole Racquel Carr
    • "Violence, Spectacular and Slow: Ecology, Genre, and Murder in Biguenet s Oyster and Rash s One Foot in Eden," Anthony Dyer Hoefer
    • " Memories wasn t a place, memories was in the mind: The Gothic in Ernest J. Gaines s The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman," Matthew Teutsch and Katharine Henry
    • "Discovering the Timeline in Faulkner s The Hamlet," Claude Pruitt

    Claude Pruitt

    Digital Yoknapatawpha Roundtable

    • "Digitizing Yoknapatawpha," Stephen Railton
    • "Digital Yoknapatawpha in the Context of the Digital Humanities," Elizabeth Cornell
    • "Digital Yoknapatawpha: Where We Are," Theresa M. Towner
    • "Using the Digital Yoknapatawpha Database for Research," Johannes H. Burgers
    • "Encoding Yoknapatawpha: Considering Faulkner in the Information Age," John Michael Corrigan
    • "Digital Yoknapatawpha as a Resource for Teachers and Students," Jennie J. Joiner
    • "Humanism, Faulkner, and the Digital," Taylor Hagood
    • "What it Looks Like to this Bear: An Old Faulknerian Learns to Read Digitally," James B. Carothers
    Winter-Spring 2015, 68.1-2 is now available
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