NEWS & MEDIA

MUDDLING by George Singleton

A short story by George Singleton in Oxford American. George Singleton has published nine books of fiction, the most recent being Calloustown. He holds the John C. Cobb Endowed Chair in the Humanities at Wofford College.

 

"Highway 71 (No. 3)" © Rob Fischer.

FINDING MY WAY HOME by Lee Smith

How two Southern literary giants led a young Appalachian writer to her own voice. Garden & Gun magazine.

WHAT DO YOU THINK'S IN THE SHED? by C.D. Wright

Oxford American: A poem by the late C.D. Wright inspired by photographer Richard Leo Johnson’s series ...Once Was Lost.... 

THE DEAD GIVE HIM STORIES: An Interview with Allan Gurganus

William Giraldi interviews novelist Allan Gurganus for Oxford American. 

EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALL RIGHT

Jared Ragland's photographic meditation on the classic novel The Moviegoer by Walker Percy. 

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