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...Anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight...

(Sep 21st 2015, 23:13)

...Anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight... I just re-watched Quentin Tarantino's read more...

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James Franco's Film Adaptation of the Cormac McCarthy Book Child of God

(Sep 4th 2015, 15:17)

James Franco’s Adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s Child of God This morning I watched James read more...

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Ace Atkins' Latest Book The Redeemers

(Aug 28th 2015, 14:42)

The Redeemers By Ace Atkins I just finished The Redeemers, a fine book by Mississippi writer Ace read more...

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A Trip Back in Time: A Review of Bob Keefe's "Stories From the Okefenokee"

(Aug 16th 2013, 17:48)

In 1969 a young Marine returning to civilian life after a tour of duty as a helicopter pilot in Viet Nam found refuge in a remote and read more...

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Dixie Lullaby

An excerpt from DIXIE LULLABY: A Story of Music, Race, and New Beginnings in a New South By Mark Kemp University of Georgia Press

See You In A Hundred Years

An excerpt from SEE YOU IN A HUNDRED YEARS: Four Seasons In Forgotten America By Logan Ward Benbella Books ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

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Review of: David Lummis

Review of The Coffee Shop Chronicles : Part 2

The Coffee Shop Chronicles of New Orleans, Part 2: The Last Beaucoeur by

Review of: Paul Hemphill

King of the Road

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Review of: Chuck Leavell

Back To The Woods

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>>Discourse Features

Bloodkin's One Long Hustle

By James Calemine CLICK ON LINKS WITH TOJUMPTO RELATED read more...

Gimme Some Sugar, Darlin': The Quintessential Southern Cookbook

If you love to cook or just love to collect cookbooks, start making space on your bookshelf now because there's a new cookbook in town. This delightful compendium of all things culinary, Gimme Some Sugar, Darlin' by Mississippian Laurance Daltroff Triplette, is true piece of southern Americana, as much about the culture of the south as it is about the cuisine. A read more...

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The James Ponsoldt Interview: From North Georgia Red Clay To the Hills of Hollywood

The James Ponsoldt Interview: From North Georgia Red Clay To the Hills of Hollywood By James Calemine Film maker James Ponsoldt was born in Athens, Georgia, in 1978. His father worked as a college professor and his mother was a writer. His read more...

The Neal Casal Interview: Sweeten The Distance

The 2012 Neal Casal Interview: Sweeten The Distance By James Calemine Neal Casal stands as a musical journeyman. He just released his 10th solo album titled Sweeten The Distance on April 10. The collection captures Casal's resonating songwriting and read more...

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Four Poems by Matthew Nolan: A New Orleans Poet

Caterpillar Girls (from Crumpled Paper Dolls, 2004) Should have known! Should have known! Between a phony butterfly and a never evolving caterpillar— Her pleasant sincerity is a funny hat that droops over her face, a blind dunce, a cartoon caterpillar; a squirming, eyeless caterpillar, on its read more...

Why GP Cries

by Harry Moore Beneath the seething August heat bolls of cotton crack, then burst in fluffy locks, green leaves twist, turn brown and fall. Black faces glisten as workers bend to knee-high stalks, plucking the soft fiber from prickly burrs, packing handfuls into the canvas sack they drag till it’s strutted, then read more...

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