Issue 6: Spring 1995: On the Trail of Southern Writers
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“This new issue of the Oxford American is, far and away, the best one we’ve produced. … In any event, here is the new issue, replete with writing of a most thrilling and engaging strain.… spectacular artwork, and wild hogs, not in that order." — Editor’s Note
Includes a previously unpublished short story Zora Neale Hurston, with more fiction by John Grisham. Essays by Donna Tartt and Lewis Nordan. “My Friend Forrest Gump” by Willie Morris.