In his most recent collection, Ellison offers more than an overview of the various plants, animals, insects and landscapes of the Southern Blue Ridge Province; he is quietly reminding us of the most rewarding, but often overlooked components of life: observation and deliberation.
Southern writing evokes a certain set of expectations, from Flannery O’Connor’s “Christ-haunted” prose to Gail Godwin’s glimpses into shifting society. But when talking about North Carolina writers, there’s one theme that returns again and again: place. From Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain and Robert Morgan’s Gap Creek to Ron Rash’s Serena and Vicki Lane’s A Day […]
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