One Whole Year

Today, level:deepsouth marks its first full year online. I started the project early in 2020 and got the site online on March 1. The first submission, “Camp Earl Wallace” by Elena Vale Wahl, was published in the summer. Since then, the anthology has added thirteen long form works, three shorter pieces, four book reviews, andContinue reading “One Whole Year”

An editor’s reblog: “When Reading Meant Everything”

The following was originally published on editor Foster Dickson’s website in August 2019. All of the books pictured here came into my life between ages 14 to 20, during the years 1989 through 1994, while I was in high school or the first two years of college, and each of them changed my life inContinue reading “An editor’s reblog: “When Reading Meant Everything””

A mid-winter Deep Southern Gen X sampler, from “the lists”

The section in level:deepsouth called “the lists” is for collecting and sharing articles, sound files, videos, and images from Generation X’s early years in the Deep South and from today. Below is a sampler. The Moreland Hometown Heritage Museum in Moreland, Georgia This site is a tribute to the hornery and peculiar Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnistContinue reading “A mid-winter Deep Southern Gen X sampler, from “the lists””