Minorities in Southern Television: Visibility But Little Control By Faye McDonald Smith Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979, pp. 3,26-29 The days are over – pretty much – when Black people would do a double take when they turned on the
The Progressive Farmer: A Long Row’s Hoeing into Lespedeza By Cary Fowler Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979, pp. 4, 29-32 Southern politics in the 1880s was alive with the fever of a native-born Populism. Led by the Southern Alliance (renamed
Azalea Death Trip: A Journey Through the Land of Southern Living By Allen Tullos Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979, pp. 7-10,32 In the beginning,” it is written in Southern Living magazine, “man created Florida “Later on, men got around to
Lillian Smith: The Winner Names the Age By Rose Gladney Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979 pp. 11-13 The Winner Names the Age: A Collection of Writings by Lillian Smith. Edited by Michelle Cliff. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
A Bluffer’s Guide to Recent Southern Fiction By Mary Frances Derfner Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979 pp. 14-18 In late 1975 and early 1976, several seemingly innocuous pieces of paper got me into grim trouble, which has continued unabated ever
Southern Newspapers: Watching the Watchdogs By Larry Noble Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979 pp. 19-23 Daily newspapers play a key role in the lives of the people of the South. The papers provide us with commercial and economic information, with
Book Review: THE CAJUNS Essays on Their History and Culture By C. Paige Gutierrez Vol. 1, No. 10, 1979 pp. 24-25 Glenn K. Conrad, ed. The Cajuns: Essays on Their History and Culture. Published by the Center for Louisiana Studies