Exploring the Absurdity and Tragic Comedy of Florida, A Misunderstood State

A review of Tyler Gillespie’s new collection of essays, “The Thing About Florida: Exploring a Misunderstood State.”

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Shannon Sullivan and Others Advocate for “Philosophy in/of the South” in Latest Collection of Essays

Thinking the US South is a compendium of ten thoroughly researched and referenced essays by U.S.-based professional academic philosophers writing from Southern perspectives in regard to the South.

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Racing Inexorably Downhill: The Life of Bonnie Parker in Christina Schwarz’s “Bonnie: A Novel”

An interview with Christina Schwarz about her latest release, “Bonnie: A Novel.”

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Julia Nitz on “Belles and Poets”: “Literary Allusion is Cultural Currency”

An interview with Julia Nitz on her new book “Belles and Poets: Intertextuality in the Civil War Diaries of White Southern Women.”

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“The Once and Future Witches”: Where Women and their Words have Power

Alix E. Harrow’s novel “The Once and Future Witches” is a witch-tale about witch-tales.

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Soileau’s Longing, Hopeful Inhabitants of Southwestern Louisiana In “Last One Out Shut Off the Lights”

Longing, hopeful inhabitants of southwestern Louisiana in Stephanie Soileau’s “Last One Out Shut Off the Lights.”

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