A City That Never Was is Revealed Once Again in Thomas Hager’s New Book

A review of Thomas Hager’s new book, “Electric City: The Lost History of Ford and Edison’s American Utopia.”

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Renée Nicholson Examines “Fierce and Delicate” Place of Ballerinas in the Literary World

An interview with Renée Nicholson on her essay collection, “Fierce and Delicate.”

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Confronting Traditional Custom and Belief in 21st Century Southern Writing

‘Twenty-First-Century Southern Writers: New Voices, New Perspectives,’ edited by Jean W. Cash and Richard Gaughran, presents overviews and analyses of nineteen contemporary Southern fiction writers.

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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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‘Bookish Broads’ is A History of the Female Experience in Literature

An interview with Lauren Marino on ‘Bookish Broads,’ an illustrated celebration of women writers.

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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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In ‘Animal Quintet,’ Colin Dayan Revisits the Animals of Her Childhood

A review of Colin Dayan’s new book, ‘Animal Quintet: A Southern Memoir.’

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