Issue 80: Spring 2013
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“[It is true] that the South is not a simple subject; it is not one thing or one idea or even one place. People inhabiting a broad diversity of landscapes and cultures and traditions somehow know themselves to be united by history…even if they frequently disagree about its meaning.” — Roger D. Hodge, Editor’s Letter
John Jeremiah Sullivan on that goddamn devil; fiction by Jamie Quatro; John T. Edge on Atlanta’s immigrant farmers; poetry by Sandra Beasley; foraging in North Carolina’s post-apocalyptic backwoods; and more.