Southern Gothic

Southern Gothic

by Nathan Mark PhillipsZachary Honey Eryk Pruitt and others
Publication Date: 15/10/2013

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South is an anthology like no other. Featuring over 15 stories and poems by new and veteran authors, the writing reflects a diverse range of Southern experience. From the post-Kartina New Orleans of Rose Yndigoyen’s “Long Gone Girls” and the deep-rooted family of Hardy Jones’ “Visitin’ Coremierville” to the racial tension of Eryk Pruitt’s “Them Riders” and Shane K. Bernard’s “The Phrenologist,” the anthology represents a new interpretation of the long-established Southern Gothic genre. Each story is paired with original art by Nathan Mark Phillips. Phillips’ images pull at the underside of the stories and bring a thoughtful level of interpretation to each work. Poking at the heart of Southern distinctiveness, these writers and artists make a bold statement about the south in the 21st century.

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South

Heather Bell Adams, Charles J. Beacham, Shane K. Bernard, A.G. Carpenter, Caitlin Cauley, A.A. Garrison, Zachary Honey, Emily Ruth Isaacson, Hardy Jones, Nathan Mark Phillips, Mark Pritchard, Eryk Pruitt, Michael Russell, Miranda Stone, Kent Tankersley, Rose Yndigoyen

Edited by Brian Centrone and Jordan M. Scoggins

Line Edited by Casey Ellis

Digital collage art by Nathan Mark Phillips

Art Direction and Design by luke kurtis

Short stories
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