“For decades, the Houston folklorist labored over his biography of the legendary bluesman. Seven years after McCormick’s death, the book is finally out—and so are the secrets long kept by its troubled author.”
Ernest Matthew Mickler wrote the best-selling White Trash Cookbook, but he was actually a skilled Southern folklorist, not a cook.
In the Oxford American, John O’Connor searches the Everglades for the facts within the folklore of sugar cane farmer and outlaw E.J. “Bloody” Watson.
“The Meaning of White.” Emily Urquhart, The Walrus.