New southern writing

Editor Jason Sanford says reading storySouth‘s new spring issue will enable you to:

Learn why Andrei Codrescu calls William Zink “one hell of a writer” and how Zink’s new novel–excerpted in storySouth–might be the start of a new trend in social realist fiction.

Be flooded with fiction and poetry by Kirk Curnutt, Abraham Smith, Adam Clay, Timothy Davis, Samuel R. Smith, Clay Matthews, Nancy Hightower, Bob Watts, Matthew C. Henriksen, and Joseph Young.

Embrace the coming miniaturization of literature and the southern connections of two French films in essays by Jason Sanford and Daniel Garrett.

Explore storySouth’s back issues and learn why the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Arts and Letters Daily recently named storySouth’s exploration of southern barbecue as an “article of note.”


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