by Marionne Gapuz
Near the beginning of the new millennium came images of giants collapsing and human bodies leaping flashed on the television, as the public watched, unsettled and almost disbelieving. The country’s next move became imperative. Carolina Quarterly‘s 2001 Winter Issue arrived in mailboxes in the wake of national trauma, and many pieces in this issue reveal what a burden the search for hope could be and explore the extent to which hope is attainable.
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by Scott Davis
Vibrant natural images and arresting, original character explorations fill the Spring 2000 Issue of the Carolina Quarterly. Even over a wide breadth of topics—from poems actually about nature to essays about competive eating—this edition manifests the refreshing bloom Spring brings into our lives from cover to cover.
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an interview with Marti Greene
from issue 52.2 (Spring 2000)
an interview with Mark Scandling
from issue 32.2 (Spring/Summer 1980)