Water, water, everywhere . . . From mullet fishing on Brown’s Island to shrimping on the Gulf Coast after the BP Oil disaster, the Fall 2014 issue looks at southern waters, tourism’s vital role in regional economies, and the challenges of conservation and sustainability.
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Renowned folklorist William R. Ferris has captured the voices of southern musicians, artists, writers, and thinkers for forty years—and we have been proud to publish his...Read more
We invite thoughtful essays and features on any topic or theme associated with southern food or music for two upcoming special issues. Deadlines: June 9, 2014 (FOOD) and November 28, 2014 (MUSIC).
Loose Leaf takes Southern Cultures from print to multimedia, and from quarterly to monthly. Stay tuned for regular digital features that expand conversations started in our pages.
Our January installment features founding editor emeritus John Shelton Reed. The...Read more
Read the South's stories in the words of the people who lived them with our signature interviews with writers, performers, artists, and activists.
We've collected them all on our Literature & Oral History subject page—and there's plenty more to come.
Over the last few years, 250,000 students, scholars, and fans from all over the globe have accessed our content hundreds of thousands of times: in print, online, and in eBook formats. See the Top 10 most-read essays—and compare them to your favorites!