A story about a woman who must have a serious talk with her dead husband about the need for modern conveniences by Haydn Johnson.
Georgia writer Joshua Clements shares how he learned to see humanity outside the lens of a smalltown kid.
"A People's History" story by Marla Cantrell.
A story about the awful burden laid on someone tasked with informing families of the wartime deaths of their sons by Danny Thomas.
An essay about a lifelong love of dogs and the realities of aging by Jayne Moore Waldrop.
A story about the sensations of family history by the author of 'American Pop.'
The first in our accepted "A People's History" submissions, this story is about a Virginia farmwife who lost her son in WWII and is based on the author's personal family history.