Issue 24: Late Fall 1998
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“Whatever a soul is, I think literature does better than most ministers, priests, rabbis, or imams in creating a kind of stillness and watchfulness and attentiveness, and to me that is soulmaking.” — Will Blythe
An essay by Joy Williams. Photography by Adam Shepner and F.S. McKnight. An Interview with Will Blythe. Fiction by Ron Carlson. Michael Griffith on the Orangeburg Massacre.
Other contributors include John T. Edge, Chris Offutt, Tom Piazza, Sven Birkerts, and more.