Issue 12: June / July 1996

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“The Southerner who moves North is a staple character of song and story. In songs he tends to be an involuntary migrant who must leave home to find work. [He dreams] of the day when he can go back to the shack and the church in the wildwood that are ever enshrined in his heart.” — Florence King, on being a Southerner, in “West Toward Home”

Featuring “What’s Spam Got To Do With It?” with text by Clyde Edgerton and photography by Jean-Christian Rostagni.

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