Oxford American Spring 2016 Issue

Oxford American

“The OA has always published vital, important stories—from the borderlands, the Gulf Coast, Appalachia, and many locales in between,” editor Eliza Borné writes in this issue. “Our writers continue to thrill me with their creativity and craft.”

Some highlights: Will Stephenson’s evaluation of the Texas-born writer Terry SouthernAlex Mar’s meditation on ancestry and her connection to Juan Ponce de León; fiction by Crystal Wilkinson and C. E. Morgan; a report from the rural Mississippi hometown of author Lewis Nordan; poetry by C. D. Wright, Tyehimba Jess, and Bianca Lynne Spriggs; and more.


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