Issue 55: Winter 2006
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“In the South, barbecue is a civic religion. And a smoke-lacquered pig is a totem of shared faith.” — John T. Edge, “United by Pig”
Fiction by Jill McCorkle, Kevin Brockmeier, and Jack Pendarvis. Barry Hannah writes on the pleasures of teaching noir. Poetry by Jennifer Strange, Reynolds Dixon, and Greg Alan Brownderville.
Other contributors include Chris Bachelder, A. Scott, Roy Blount Jr., Ginny Jonson, and more.