Back Issues: Eudora Welty Review

Spring 2014, Vol VI Eudora Welty Review

• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
• Things from Out in the World—Louis D. Rubin, Jr.

Essays
• “Everybody to their own visioning”: Eudora Welty in the Twenty-First Century—David McWhirter and Sarah Ford
• “Moments of Truth”: Eudora Welty’s Humanism—Danièle Pitavy-Souques
• Eudora Welty and Postmodern Performativity—Stephen M. Fuller
• Why Aren’t Middle-Class White Women Laughing in Eudora Welty’s Fiction?—Rebecca Mark
• “Moon Lake” and the American Summer Camp Movement—Sarah L. Peters
• “Remember right”: Disenfranchised Grief and the Commemoration of Queer Bodies in Welty’s Fiction and Life—Donnie McMahand and Kevin Murphy, Winners of the 2013 Ruth Vande Kieft Prize
• Eudora Welty and Daniel Woodrell: Writings of the Upland South—Mae Miller Claxton
• “A Penny to Spare”: The Question of Charity and the Rise of Social Security—Annette Trefzer
• Things in Images, Images in Things: Eudora Welty’s Material World—Géraldine Chouard

Interview
• Jill McCorkle: In Conversation with Michael Kreyling—Jill McCorkle and Michael Kreyling

Reviews
The Storied South: Voices of Writers and Artists, by William Ferris—Thomas L. McHaney
Civil Rights in the White Literary Imagination: Innocence by Association, by Jonathan W. Gray—Leverett Butts
Tell about Night Flowers: Eudora Welty’s Gardening Letters, 1940–1949, by Eudora Welty, ed. by Julia Eichelberger—Elizabeth Crews
Transatlantic Renaissances: Literature of Ireland and the American South, by Kathryn Stelmach Artuso—Sarah Dyne
Eudora Welty, Whiteness, and Race, ed. by Harriet Pollack—Suzan Harrison

Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne B. Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Bridget Edwards
• Eudora Welty Society—Sarah Ford
• Eudora Welty Collection, Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• “Caught in the act of living”: Welty as a Voyeur and Witness of Black Life. Eudora Welty Research Fellowship, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Summer 2013—Ebony Olivia Lumumba
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2012–2014—Catherine H. Chengges

Spring 2013, Vol V Eudora Welty Review

• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney

Tributes to Noel Polk
• Noel Polk and the 1977–1996 Eudora Welty Newsletter—W. U. McDonald, Jr.
• Noel Polk, Friend and Scholar—Tom McHaney
• Noel Polk, Thank You—Danièle Pitavy-Souques
• Noel Polk: Special Person, Dear Friend, Lovely Man—Peggy Prenshaw

Works by Welty
• Welty’s “Cindy and the Joyful Noise”: Introductory Comments—Laura Beasley
• Cindy and the Joyful Noise (with author’s note)—Eudora Welty
• Excerpt from Tell about Night Flowers: Eudora Welty’s Gardening Letters, 1940–1949—Eudora Welty, sel. and ed. Julia Eichelberger
• Eudora Welty Celebrates the Spring—Eudora Welty, interviewed by Anne Hobson Freeman
• Eudora Welty: The Voice of the Mind of the South—Eudora Welty, interview with Boyd Lewis & Margaret Pepperdene

Essays
• A Collision of Visions: Montage and the Concept of Collision in Eudora Welty’s “June Recital”—Jacob Agner, Winner of the 2012 Ruth Vande Kieft Prize
• Astonishing Stories: Eudora Welty and the Weird Tale—Mitch Frye
• Searching for the Garnet Pin: Confluence as Narrative Technique in Eudora Welty’s Delta Wedding—Alison Graham-Bertolini
• “He doesn’t strike me as a family man”: Uncloseting George Fairchild’s Queerness in Eudora Welty’s Delta Wedding—Nathan G. Tipton
• 1119 Pinehurst Street: Selections from Native Ground—Rob McDonald
• Writing The Help: The Oblique and Not-So-Oblique Narratives of Eudora Welty, Ellen Douglas, Norma Watkins, and Kathryn Stockett—Mae Miller Claxton

Reviews
Eudora Welty and Surrealism, by Stephen M. Fuller—Michael Kreyling
A Daring Life: A Biography of Eudora Welty, by Carolyn J. Brown—Elizabeth Crews
Eudora Welty et la photographie: Naissance d’une vision, by Géraldine Chouard—Yohann Brultey

Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne B. Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Bridget Edwards
• Eudora Welty Society—David McWhirter
• Eudora Welty Collection, Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• Eudora Welty Research Fellowship, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Summer 2012—Monica Miller
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2011–2013—Catherine H. Chengges

Spring 2012, Vol IV Eudora Welty Review

• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
• The Individual, Not the Trend Is Important to Writer, Jackson Author of ‘Delta Wedding’ Believes—Ann Cresswell
• Gardens and Dreams in E. P. O’Donnell’s The Great Big Doorstep—Emily Owens
• Afterword to E. P. O’Donnell’s The Great Big Doorstep—Eudora Welty

• Letter by Eudora Welty on Her Ohio Kin (c. 1987)—Eudora Welty
• The Idea of Story Ideas—Fred Chappell
• Transatlantic Rites of Passage in the Friendship and Fiction of Eudora Welty and Elizabeth Bowen—Kathryn Stelmach Artuso
• Eudora Welty’s Theatrical Sketches of 1948: Summer Diversion or Lost Potential?—Leslie Gordon
• Gentlemen in Spring—E. P. Edwards
• Traveling the Many “Crooked and Wide” Ways: Allegorical Beckoning in Eudora Welty’s Losing Battles—Seth Hagen
• Eudora Welty Suite: Five Poems—Sue Brannan Walker
• Not All That Separate: Welty and Warren, Medusa and Perseus—Randolph Paul Runyon

Reviews
Composing Selves: Southern Women and Autobiography, by Peggy Whitman Prenshaw—Will Brantley
What There Is to Say We Have Said: The Correspondence of Eudora Welty and William Maxwell, ed. Suzanne Marrs—Brannon Costello
One Writer’s Garden: Eudora Welty’s Home Place, by Susan Haltom and Jane Roy Brown, photographs by Langdon Clay—Robert Burns

Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne B. Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Karen Redhead
• Eudora Welty Society—David McWhirter
• Eudora Welty Collection, Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• Eudora Welty Research Fellowship, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Summer 2011—Elizabeth Crews
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2010–2011—Catherine H. Chengges
• Welty, Spencer, and Creekmore Added to Special Collections, Georgia State University—John Bayne

Spring 2011, Vol III Eudora Welty Review

• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
• Reynolds Price, February 1, 1933–January 20, 2011
• Reynolds Price: Shine and Power—Josephine Humphreys
• In Memory I Can Still See Reynolds—Lee Smith
• Reynolds Price: The Source of Prophecy—Suzanne Marrs
• Eudora Welty’s Language of the Spirit—Peggy Whitman Prenshaw
• Eudora Welty’s The Robber Bridegroom: A New Use of the Fairy Tale—Rosella Mamoli Zorzi
• “A Woman’s Serious Foot”: Feet and Shoes in Delta Wedding, “Asphodel,” and “The Winds”—Lorinda B. Cohoon
• Confronting the Medusa: Similes in The Golden Apples—Monica Pavani
• Eudora Welty and the Poetry of W. B. Yeats Before and After The Golden Apples—Carol Ann Johnston
• “Put Banner on the map!”: Knowledge, Power, and Colonialism in Welty’s Losing Battles—Adrienne Akins
• At a Loss for Words: Subtext, Silence, and Sympathy in “Where Is the Voice Coming From?”—Daniel Wood
• Virtuoso Variations: Welty’s Unstable Texts and Her Outtakes—Jan Nordby Gretlund
• Eudora Who? Reception and Reading in Germany—Alison D. Goeller
• The Clarity and the Mystery: Reading Eudora Welty—Elisabetta Rasy
• Excerpt: What There Is to Say We Have Said: The Correspondence of Eudora Welty and William Maxwell—Suzanne Marrs, editor

Reviews
Prospects for the Study of American Literature (II), ed. Richard Kopley and Barbara Cantalupo—Michael Kreyling
Eudora Welty: Exposures and Reflections, exhibition curated by Jacob Laurence—Leigh Kirkland

Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne B. Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Karen Redhead
• Eudora Welty Society—Mae Miller Claxton
• Eudora Welty Collection at Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• Stuart Wright and Shelby Foote Papers Archived—Emily Schulten
• Wedding News from 1921—Malinda Snow
• Works by Welty: A Continuing Checklist—Pearl A. McHaney
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2009–2010—Catherine H. Chengges
• Checklist: Reynolds Price and Eudora Welty—John Soward Bayne

Spring 2010, Vol II Eudora Welty Review

• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
• Eudora Welty and the Writing Life—Peggy Whitman Prenshaw
• Eudora Welty’s “A Curtain of Green”: Overcoming Melancholia through Writing—Elizabeth Crews
• “Keela, the Outcast Indian Maiden”: (Story)Telling the Southern Ideology—Diana Almeida
• Falling into Blackness: Race, Class, and Female Transgression in Eudora Welty’s “Moon Lake”—Lindsay Byron
• “The Inspired Child of [Her] Times”: Eudora Welty as a Twentieth-Century Artist—Danièle Pitavy-Souques
• Eudora Welty from A to Z: Q to Z—Géraldine Chouard

Reviews
Eudora Welty’s Delta Wedding, ed. Reine Dugas Bouton—Malinda Snow
Mississippi Quarterly: Eudora Welty Centennial Supplement, ed. Pearl Amelia McHaney—Susan V. Donaldson
• “Lo que el viento no se llevó” (No, Not Gone with the Wind), Review of Cuentos completos/Collected Stories by Eudora Welty—Ma Ángeles Cabré, Trans. Cindy Sheffield Michaels & Estefania Olid-Pena

Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Karen Redhead
• Eudora Welty Society—Mae Miller Claxton
• Eudora Welty Collection at Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• Works by Welty: A Continuing Checklist—Pearl A. McHaney
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2008–2009—Catherine H. Chengges

Spring 2009, Vol I Eudora Welty Review

• Celebrations and Introductions—Pearl A. McHaney
• Eudora Welty: An Introduction—Elizabeth Spencer
• Two Jackson Excursions—Peggy Whitman Prenshaw
• Two Mississippi Clippings—Peggy Whitman Prenshaw
• Welty Receives Honorary Degree from Columbia Parting the Curtain on Lye Poisoning in “A Worn Path”—Melissa Deakins Stang
• Eudroa Welty’s Use of Southern Dialect in “Why I Live at the P. O.”—Heather Russel
• “Unmoveable Relics”: The Farr Family and Revisions of Position, Direction, and Movement in Eudora Welty’s “Clytie”—Lorinda B. Cohoon
• Finding (M)other’s Face: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Eudora Welty’s “Clytie”— Don James McLaughlin
• Eudora Welty’s “Magic”: A History of the Story—Pearl A. McHaney
• Gratitude, Greed, and Grace in The Robber Bridegroom: Eudora Welty’s Intricate American Parable—Anne Ramirez
• “Oft in the Stilly Night”: Past and Present, Myth and Identity in Delta Wedding—Malinda Snow
• Baking the Cake: My Recipe for Mashula’s Coconut Cake—Ann Romines
• The Habit of Sir Rabbit: Harris, Hurston, and Welty—James Shimkus
• Re-visiting The Re-creation of Brian Kent—Leslie Gordon
• Textual Collations—Noel Polk
• Music from “Music from Spain”: Textual Variants—John Bayne
• Historicizing The Ponder Heart—Julia Eichelberger
• Joe Krush: Illustrator of Eudora Welty’s The Ponder Heart—Meribeth Huebner Fell
• Strange Felicity: Welty’s Women Laughing, Disguising, Revising, Seizing Speech—Lois M. Welch
• Welty’s Words for the Birds … and for Children and Scholars, Too—Cindy Sheffield Michaels
• The Mediating Voice of Humor: The Shoe Bird and Welty’s Adult Texts—Heather M. Hoyt
• Collecting the Stories of Eudora Welty—John Ferrone
• “The Book I Couldn’t Have”: The Perilous Attractions of Elsie Dinsmore—Joan Wylie Hall
• Familiar and Foreign Bodies in 1930s Photographs of the South—Stuart Kidd
• Discovering the Italian Traditions of Eudora Welty’s Worlds—Maria Sciacco

Reviews
Eudora Welty in France: Delta V—Danièle Pitavy-Souques
• Three Collections of Welty Criticism: A Review—Michael Kreyling