Founded in 1948, the Mississippi Quarterly is a refereed, scholarly journal dedicated to the life and culture of the American South, past and present. The journal is published quarterly by the College of Arts and Sciences of Mississippi State University.
Recent topics include Truman Capote, LeAnne Howe, Thomas Nelson Page, William Gay, Lee Smith, Ron Rash, Olive Dargan, J. McHenry Jones, Lillian Smith, Florence King, Robert Penn Warren, Charles Frazier, Wendell Berry, Harry Crews, and Oprah’s Summer of Faulkner.
Office: 106 Morgan Avenue, Mississippi State University
Mail: P.O. Box 5272, Mississippi State, MS, 39762 USA