South Different, but Still Kicken’

DAVID LAUDERDALE, Island Packet columnist, Hilton Head Island, SC Published Sunday, January 21, 2007 DAUFUSKIE ISLAND — The “Cornbread and Sushi” tour nibbled its way through the Lowcountry last week, turning every mossy stone for an answer to that bottomless postmodern question: “Has the South done up and died?” Twelve students and two professors from Wofford...

Students Search for the Real South

By Matt Deegan, The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, VA mdeegan@dailyprogress.com Saturday, January 13, 2007 The sweet tea at Michie Tavern rated “fair” on Betsi Taylor’s scale of Southern authenticity. Taylor, 11 other students and two professors from a small private college in South Carolina are journeying through the Southeast, meeting with small-town writers and witnessing...

Cornbread & Sushi at Wofford

(This account of the Cornbread & Sushi class I teach at Wofford with Deno Trakas appeared in Larry McGehee’s column in Southern newspapers 12/30/06) SOUTHERN SEEN by Larry McGehee “Tis a Consummation Devoutly To Be Desired” With cotton and tobacco gone as the chief crops of the South, newer crops have had to be found to replace them. NASCAR racing bodes to become the...

line
footer
Powered by WordPress | Designed by Elegant Themes