level:deepsouth also publishes reviews of books that pertain to the anthology’s focus of Generation X in the Deep South in the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s. The first two book reviews have been posted – Palmer Smith’s review of Sally Mann’s Hold Still and Charles Reed writing on Hilde Lovern Stephens’ Family Matters – and two more are on the way, of Grace Elizabeth Hale’s Cool Town and Gordon Lamb’s Widespread Panic in the Streets of Athens, Georgia.
To submit a book review, use the contact form on the about page to query the editor before sending the review.
For those seeking to have a book reviewed, use the contact form on the about page to query the editor. If the work is right for the project, you will be asked to provide a complimentary copy for the reviewer.