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Sybil Rosen was in love with the forest that surrounded her cabin. Then the loggers came.

Salvation South Is Back

A head injury put us in the hospital for a while. Next Friday, Salvation South will be back.

Can a Cookie Be Communist?

No matter how hard you dig across the internet, you can’t find out much about Mrs. Ruby Henley of Social Circle, Georgia, and her Russian Communist Tea Cakes.

Salvation South Heads to Florida

Salvation South is taking the week off so we can travel to the Word of South festival in Tallahassee, Florida. We’ll be back with our regularly scheduled programming on Friday, April 15.

Finding Mississippi John Hurt

The guitar was pulled from a white cabinet that looked like all the other white cabinets we saw that morning.

A Recalcitrant Mule

Just like a mule to get stuck on a porch. And like a kid to put him there.

On the Wonder

New Orleans’ long tradition of celebration as resistance is the driving force behind the musical outfit Sabertooth Swing.

Five Poems by Denton Loving

Tennessee poet Denton Loving covers fishing, the moon, chimney birds and more.

Grace in a Tin Can

After our editor’s mother passed, he relied on his Aunt Mary — the boss of the Reece family kitchen — to show him how to live.

A Big Day at HQ

Salvation South has a big day at headquarters.

Macaroni and Cheese for Easter

Dee Thompson with a story on her mother’s Easter macaroni and cheese, which goes way beyond al dente.

The Big Red F.U.

Old Crow Medicine Show leader Ketch Secor shares his hopes about what the removal of the battle flag will mean for his children.

The Bell Tower

Fiction writer DC Diamondopolous with a short story about a Montgomery pastor who helps one his of flock back away from the edge of suicide.

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