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Roy Blount Jr.

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The truth about desert-island “getaways”

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Protecting a courtyard from an unsightly intruder

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Ruminating on a reluctance to boogie

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Rambling along in the Sunshine State

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Thoughts on some inventions we need—and some we don’t

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A world of possibilities for hybrid musical genres

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…and getting sweaty about it

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A few thoughts on a Southern debate for the books

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Roy Blount, Jr. goes a little nuts

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A Southerner’s guide to Christmas in France

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Getting to the bottom of bait and crackers

S IS FOR SOUTHERN

Roy Blount, Jr. on why the South just wouldn’t be the same without sweat

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Whipping up some enthusiasm for one of life’s elemental pleasures

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Finding wisdom on the walls… and in the sides

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Thoughts on a slippery principle

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Making a fuss about Faulkner and college football

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Roy Blount, Jr. on tussling with a nasty vine… and losing

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The inspiring spirit of the Mad Potter of Biloxi

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Why is it so hard to break bread with a lizard

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Making tunes and new friends in the sky