Rod Dreher

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Posts tagged “South”

The Modern Writer Who Grew Up In 1895

Debut novelist Sarah Perry grew up in a tiny religious sect called …

Posted July 4th, 2014

Among The Confederados

Some years ago, Gary Hawkins made a trip to Brazil to visit …

Posted June 17th, 2014

The South As Eternal Scapegoat

Did you see this on the New York Times website? It was …

Posted April 25th, 2014

The Southern Glory Of Carroll Cloar

A friend went last week to the Arkansas Arts Center in Little …

Posted April 17th, 2014

Bayou Hellstorm!

This is what we woke up to this morning: a town besieged …

Posted January 24th, 2014

Colin Brown Has Two Questions

Colin Brown, over at Signpostings, a Walker Percy-esque blog, offers five questions …

Posted August 13th, 2013

Yankees, Rebels, And Paula Deen

From my “Reluctant Defense Of Paula Deen” op-ed column on USA Today’s …

Posted July 5th, 2013

Terry Eagleton On Americans

In this fun essay, the English literary critic Terry Eagleton offers his …

Posted July 1st, 2013

Paula Deen: American Scapegoat

C.W. Cannon, an English professor in New Orleans, writes a powerful column …

Posted June 29th, 2013

North, South/Black, White

Commenter “K” left this on the Paula Deen thread. I thought it …

Posted June 25th, 2013

The Old Aunts & Me

Here’s some Southern comfort, from The Little Way Of Ruthie Leming, my …

Posted March 10th, 2013

Postcard From A Southern Winter

The Japanese magnolia tree in my neighbor’s yard this afternoon. Yankee readers, …

Posted February 3rd, 2013

Southern-Fried Bob Newhart

Urbanist Joel Kotkin says that the US Gulf Coast is starting to …

Posted November 23rd, 2012