Tennessee Williams Play

withered, once-beautiful matriarch: my, it sure is hot tonight in... the south. smoulderingly handsome, reckless heir to the family estate: *leans on a doorframe* hot- yes, just like the heat of my repressed homosexuality and barely concealed rage.

Good Country People: Southern Gothic

“Where you come from is gone, where you thought you were going was never there...” – Flannery O’Connor, Wise Blood   The Christ-haunted landscape (a personal note) Flannery O'Connor referred to the South as "Christ-haunted," and that's a phrase that always comes to mind whenever I visit home and see those towering Bernard Coffindaffer Crosses on the … Continue reading Good Country People: Southern Gothic