By John Lingan
The first Leslie Jamison essay I remember reading is “Fog Count,” in the Oxford American. At the time, I was busy researching and interviewing lifelong residents in small-town Virginia, and Jamison’s depiction of the community surrounding a W [...]
By Rita Dove
Oh, obstreperous one, ornery outside of ordinaryprotocols; paramilitary probie par
excellence: Every evidenceyou yield yells.