Marion Montgomery’s “Fugitive”

The Southern Element in Poe’s Fiction

Breaking a Path for the Liberation of Women in the South

on The Comic Imagination in American Literature by Louis D. Rubin, Jr.

on Essays Mostly on Periodical Publishing in America: A Collection in Honor of Clarence Gohdes by James Woodress

on The Sovereign Wayfarer: Walker Percy’s Diagnosis of the Malaise by Martin Luschei

on Blue Monday by Calvin Forbes; The Spoils of August by Barbara L. Greenberg; & Water Tables by James Seay

David Huddle taught at the University of Vermont for thirty-eight years, and he continues to teach at the Bread Loaf School of English. His most recent books are Dream Sender, a poetry collection (LSU Press, 2015), and My Immaculate Assassin, a novel (Tupelo Press, 2016). In 2019 his new novel Hazel will be published by Tupelo, and his new poetry collection, My Surly Heart, by LSU.

on Stephen Crane: A Critical Bibliography by R. W. Stallman

Vann Woodward’s “Tom Watson”: An Interpretation