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David Coventry’s <i>The Invisible Mile</i>

David Coventry’s The Invisible Mile

If you're like me, around the time Memphis social media was blowing up over news that Zach Randolph would be wrapping his dishes in

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A Gonzo Approach to Al Green

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No one could fault you for thinking author Jimmy McDonough was a musician. You can tell he's a solid hang. That's the great strength

On Andrew Sean Greer’s funny new novel.

On Andrew Sean Greer’s funny new novel.

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The Center for Southern Literary Arts’ grand vision.

The Center for Southern Literary Arts’ grand vision.

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Talking to the Tillinghast brothers.

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Frank Murtaugh's <i>Trey's Company</i>

Frank Murtaugh's Trey's Company

For these kids of summer, life will never be the same.
I remember the exhilaration that came with the snap of the match head on the striking surface and the first whiff of sulfur. I

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