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Big Muddy 6.1

Cover Photo:

John Barber White in front of train
No date. Photographer unknown.

Courtesy of the Center for Ozark studies Collection, Box 34, Folder 1, Special Collections and Archives, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO. Folder 7099: Missouri Lumber and Mining Company Records, 1853-1945, Western Historical Manuscript Collection—University of Missouri.

Cover Design:

Brian Rhodes

Big Muddy 6.1

Editor

Dr. Susan Swartwout

Assistant Editor

Michael G. Howell
Mandy Henley

Publishing Interns

Ryan King
Wade Christian
Kris Yesley
Emily Eufinger
Alex Niswonger
Nicole Stanfield
Meredith Purvis
Brian Rhodes
Dianna Ragsdale
Shana Scott

Editorial Assistants

Kyle Barnett
Ben Foster

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Contents

Nonfiction

David Benac, Louisiana
Ozarkers and Industry: The Integration of Economic and Social Behaviors

L. Bledsoe, Virginia
Seining

Kevin Koch, Iowa
Manitoumie. Sinsinawa.

C.D. Mitchell, Tennessee
Memphis

Keith A. Sculle, Illinois
The Tomahawk Trading Post—More than a Store

Fiction

Ann Boaden, Illinois
Amnesty

Jesse Laurentius, Missouri
Porch Man

Dennis Nau, Minnesota
The Man with the Broken Face

Lynda Firth Raines, Virginia
Southern Health

Photography/Artwork

Jake Wells, Missouri
Creekside
Hubble Creek
Mississippi Nights
Castor River
Shut-ins
Mississippi Riverside #1

Poetry

C.D. Albin, Missouri
White-tail

Maureen Alsop, California
Night Pastures

David Bond, Illinois
Against My Will I Think of You
What Editors Are Not Looking For

Daniel Crocker, Michigan
Camping in Missouri

Kendall Dunkelberg, Mississippi
Natchez

Malaika Favorite, Georgia
Sailing Ships
Cross Burning

Brian C. Felder, Delaware
Sunday Morning in the French Quarter

John Cantey Knight, Louisiana
new orleans continuing center for the performing arts

Tim Kahl, California
The Swimsuit Model

M. Landrum, Alabama
City Water

Michael Meyerhofer, Illinois
The End of the World
The Witchhazel Beggar of Chicago Union Station

Richard Sederstrom, Arizona
The Old Lecturer

Ryan G. Van Cleave, South Carolina
Enlightened
Blue Sonnet

Reviews

Thomas Ruys Smith reviews:
Feldman, Jay. When the Mississippi Ran Backwards. The Free Press, 2005. Cloth, 305 pp. $27. Nonfiction.

Larry Underberg reviews:
Bealle, John. Old Time Music and Dance. Quarry Books, 2005. Paper, 343 pp. $24.95. Nonfiction.

Anna-Marie Beard reviews:
Soto, Gary. Help Wanted. Harcourt, 2005. Cloth, 216 pp. $17. Short Fiction.

T.M. Eaton reviews:
Ehrlich, Gretel. Drinking Dry Clouds: Stories from Wyoming. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Paper, 160 pp. $18.95. Short Fiction

Jennifer Hotop reviews:
Gaines, Ernest J. Mozart and Leadbelly. Knopf, 2005. Cloth, 159 pp. $22.95. Short Fiction.

Renee Johnson reviews:
Munro, Alice. Runaway. Vintage Contemporaries, 2005. Paper, 335 pp. $14.95. Short Fiction.

Ryan King reviews:
Fincke, Gary. Sorry I Worried You. University of Georgia Press, 2004. Cloth, 232 pp. $24.95. Short Fiction.

Ross Martin reviews:
Eggers, Dave. How We Are Hungry. McSweeney’s, 2004. Cloth, 240 pp. $14.96. Short Fiction.

Brian Rhodes reviews:
Monson, Ander. Other Electricities: Stories. Sarabande Books, 2005. Paper, 167 pp. $14.95. Short Fiction.

James D’Agostino reviews:
LaFemina, Gerry and Daniel Crocker, eds. Poetry 30: Thirty-something American Thirty-something Poets. Mammoth Books, 2005. Paper, 340 pp. $19.95. Poetry.

Meredith Purvis reviews:
Perez Estrada, Raphael. Trans. Steven J. Stewart. Devoured by the Moon. Hanging Loose Press, 2004. Paper, 143 pp. $14. Poetry

Jon Thrower reviews:
Matthews, Clay. Muffler. H_NGM_N B_ _KS, 2005. Chapbook, 33 pp. $6. Poetry.