Back Issues: Eudora Welty Review

Spring 2019, Vol. 11, Eudora Welty Review
• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney

Spring 2018, Vol. 10, Eudora Welty Review
• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney

Spring 2017, Vol. 9, Eudora Welty Review
• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
Interview
• 1990: I Call on Eudora Welty An Interview—Tom Nolan
Essays
• Sister Act: Margaret Walker and Eudora Welty—Carolyn J. Brown
• Welty on the Interstate: Mobility and Mass Culture on I-55 and the Natchez Trace—Daniel Spoth
• Triangulation and an Outsider’s South in Eudora Welty’s “No Place for You, My Love”—Laura Sloan Patterson
• “Something Inarticulate”: Sexual Desire in the Fiction of Eudora Welty and Hubert Creekmore—Annette Trefzer
Reviews
Eudora Welty’s Fiction and Photography: The Body of the Other Woman, by Harriet Pollack—Stephen M. Fuller
Keywords for Southern Studies, ed. by Scott Romine and Jennifer Rae Greeson—Michael Kreyling
The Oxford Handbook of the Literature of the US South, ed. by Fred Hobson and Barbara Ladd—Gina Caison
Serious Daring: The Fiction and Photography of Eudora Welty and Rosamond Purcell, by Susan Letzler Cole—Jill Fennell
Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne B. Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Bridget Edwards
• Eudora Welty Society—Julia Eichelberger
• Eudora Welty Collection, Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• Eudora Welty Research Fellowship, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Summer 2016—Boosung Kim
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2015–2016—Catherine H. Chengges

Spring 2016, Vol. 8, Eudora Welty Review
• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
Tributes
• A Tribute to William U. McDonald, Jr.—Pearl A. McHaney
• A Tribute to Timothy Seldes—Pearl A. McHaney
• A Tribute to William Jay Smith—Suzanne Marrs
Works by Welty
• Of Memory, Place, and Friendship: Eudora Welty’s Unpublished Review of Bowen’s Court—Sarah Dyne
• Review of Bowen’s Court (Reissue 1979)
• Eudora Welty’s 1985 Reading of William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying, Sanctuary, and Light in August—Pearl Amelia McHaney
Essays
• Race, Nature, and Decapitation in Eudora Welty’s “A Curtain of Green”—Cliff Hudder
• Tracing a Literary and Epistolary Relationship: Eudora Welty and Her Editor, Robert Giroux—Patrick Samway
• Learning to Listen: The Way a Society Speaks in Eudora Welty’s “Where Is the Voice Coming From?” and “The Demonstrators”—William Murray
Review Essay & Interview
• “A Fine Romance”: Meanwhile There Are Letters: The Correspondence of Eudora Welty and Ross Macdonald by Suzanne Marrs, Tom Nolan —Michael Kreyling
• “Meanwhile There Are Letters”: Interview with Suzanne Marrs—Pearl A. McHaney
Practical Matters
• Eudora Welty Foundation—Jeanne B. Luckett
• Eudora Welty House and Garden—Bridget Edwards
• Eudora Welty Society—Julia Eichelberger
• Eudora Welty Collection, Mississippi Department of Archives and History—Forrest Galey
• Eudora Welty Biennial 2017—David Kaplan
• Eudora Welty and the Short-Story Cycle: A Report on My Research at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (Eudora Welty Research Fellowship, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Summer 2015)—Ikuko Takeda
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2014–2015—Catherine H. Chengges

Spring 2015, Vol. 7, Eudora Welty Review

• Users’ Guide: A Word from the Editor—Pearl A. McHaney
Interview
• Interview: Eudora Welty’s Friendship with Walker Percy—Patrick Samway
Essays
• “My Old Lady”: The Influence of Eudora Welty’s Phoenix Jackson on Elizabeth Bishop’s “Faustina”—Jessica Jane Temple
• Eudora Welty’s Challenge to Fascism in The Robber Bridegroom—Susan Wood
• Altering the Course: History, Romantic Nationalism, and Colonial Signifiers in Welty’s Natchez Trace Fiction—Rebecca L. Harrison
• “Both authors are aunts!”: The Note That Compares Delta Wedding with Pride and Prejudice—Carolyn J. Brown
• Finding the Extraordinary in Welty’s “Music from Spain”—Alison Graham-Bertolini
Reviews
Tracing Southern Storytelling in Black and White, by Sarah Gilbreath Ford—Jessica Jane Temple
Ersatz America: Hidden Traces, Graphic Texts, and the Mending of Democracy, by Rebecca Mark—Chip Badley
• Reading Welty in the Twenty-first Century: A Tyrannous Eye: Eudora Welty’s Nonfiction and Photographs, by Pearl Amelia McHaney—Patrick E. Horn
A Dark Rose: Love in Eudora Welty’s Stories and Novels, by Sally Wolff—Michael Kreyling
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
• Eudora Welty Research Fellowship, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Summer 2014—Jacob Agner
• Checklist of Welty Scholarship 2013–2014—Catherine H. Chengges

Spring 2014, Vol. 6, 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. 5, 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. 4, 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. 3, 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. 2, 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. 1, 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