Assembling a talented and fascinating lineup of contributors, bestselling novelist Alice Randall presents a special issue of this quarterly magazine that has long explored the widest ranges of Southern culture.
Essays, poems, profiles, recipes, memoirs, short stories, visual arts, and more showcase the talents of the likes of Julia Bainbridge, Eugenia Collier, Donna Battle Pierce, Crystal Wilkinson and more than fifteen others.
You can discover the history and evolving significance of pimento cheese, trace the origins in slavery of the cakewalk, mourn the decline of the South Carolina apple industry, and explore the (overlooked) significance of the Black restaurant. Just to begin.
It’s a surprising and engaging collection .
Paperback. Color photographs throughout.