Volume 22, Number 3, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

Front Porch

pp. 1-5
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Lines Drawn

Lesser-Known 21st-Century Southern Writers

pp. 6-13
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Reading 21st-Century Southern Fiction

pp. 14-19
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Fiction

Dreadful Crash

pp. 20-39
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Mrs. DeVry, Why Do You Cry?

pp. 40-46
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Special Insert: Roundtable

Twenty, Twenty-One

pp. Insert-1-Insert-24
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Fiction

Oretha

pp. 47-56
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The Girl Who Went Away

pp. 57-61
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Sipsipica

pp. 62-71
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So Bored in Nashville

pp. 72-76
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Romanticizing the Rough South: Contemporary Cultural Nakedness and the Rise of Grit Lit

pp. 77-94
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“Queer Rednecks”: Padgett Powell’s Manly South

pp. 95-122
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“One of Us”: Monique Truong’s Bitter in the Mouth and the Twenty-First-Century Southern Novel

pp. 123-134
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Mason–Dixon Lines

Call

p. 135
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Artist’s Statement

p. 136
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Contributors

pp. 137-138
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