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Ron Rash’s Short Fiction: A Bibliography

Frédérique Spill, Randall Wilhelm et Gérald Préher
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Works by Ron Rash

Short Stories

1The Night the New Jesus Fell to Earth and Other Stories from Cliffside, North Carolina. 1994. Introduction by Ron Rash. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2015. Print.

2Casualties. Beaufort, SC: Bench Press, 2000. Print.

3Chemistry and Other Stories. New York: Picador, 2007. Print.

4Burning Bright: Stories. New York: HarperCollins, 2010. Print.

5Nothing Gold Can Stay: Stories. New York: HarperCollins, 2013. Print.

6Something Rich and Strange: Selected Stories. New York: Ecco, 2014. Print.

7In The Valley: Stories and a Novella Based on Serena. New York: Doubleday, 2020. Print.

Poems

8Eureka Mill: Poems. 1998. Foreword by Robert Morgan. New Introduction by Ron Rash. Spartanburg, SC: Hub City Press, 2008. Print.

9Among the Believers: Poems. 2000. Introduction by Anthony Hecht. Oak Ridge, TN: Iris Press, 2013. Print.

10Raising the Dead: Poems. Oak Ridge, TN: Iris Press, 2002. Print.

11Waking. Spartanburg, SC: Hub City Press, 2011. Print.

12Poems New and Selected. New York: Ecco, 2016. Print.

Interviews (listed by interviewers’ names)

13Anderson, Forrest. “Twisting the Radio Dial: An Interview with Ron Rash.” The Southeast Review 25.2 (2007): 104-17. Print.

14Birnbaum, Robert. “Ron Rash.” The Morning News 7 Nov. 2005. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

15---. “Ron Rash Redux.” The Morning News 29 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

16Bjerre, Thomas Ærvold. “‘The Natural World is the Most Universal of Language’: An Interview with Ron Rash.” Appalachian Journal 34.2 (Winter 2007): 216-27. Print.

17Brown, Joyce Compton. “Ron Rash: The Power of Blood-Memory.” Appalachia and Beyond: Conversations with Writers from the Mountain South. Ed. John Lang. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 2006. 335-53. Print.

18Carden, Gary. “Gary Carden and Ron Rash on writing and Appalachia.” The Tuckasegee Reader 11 Nov. 2010. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

19Charney, Noah. “Ron Rash: How I Write.” The Daily Beast 27 Feb. 2013. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

20Cheuse, Alan. “These Tales of Transformation are both ‘Rich and Strange.’” NPR.org. 23 Nov. 2014. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

21Claxton, Mae Miller and Rain Newcomb, eds. Conversations with Ron Rash. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2016. Print.

22Foxofbama. “My January Interview with Ron Rash.” Asfoxseesit. 10 Sept. 2010. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

23Gretlund, Jan Nordby and Thomas Bjerre. “Interview with Ron Rash.” 2014. Southern Writers Bear Witness. Ed. Jan Nordby Gretlund. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 192-200. Print.

24Hauck, Jeremy and Kevin Basl. “An Interview with Ron Rash.” Tinge Magazine 3 (Spring 2012). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

25Kingsburg, Pam. “Language Can Be Magical.” Southern Scribe (2004). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

26Mincey, Marann. “An Interview with Ron Rash.” The Pedestal Magazine 49 (undated). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

27Mudge, Alden. “Shaped by the Land, Torn Apart by Intolerance: Interview.” Book Page. Apr. 2012. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

28Shuler, Jack. “An Interview with Ron Rash.” South Carolina Review 33.1 (2000): 11-16. Print.

29Simon, Scott. “‘Nothing Gold’ Stays Long in Appalachia.” NPR, Weekend Edition Saturday, 16 Feb. 2013. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

30Smith, Zack. “Ron Rash discusses the craft of the short story and the complexity of Appalachian speech.” Indy Week. 20 Feb. 2013. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

31Spill, Frédérique. “An Interview with Ron Rash.” Transatlantica 1/2014. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

32---. “Something Rich and Strange. Ron Rash on Short Story Writing: An Interview.” Representation and Rewriting of Myths in Southern Short Fiction. Eds. Alice Clark, Gérald Préher and Emmanuel Vernadakis. Spec. issue of Journal of the Short Story in English 67 (Autumn 2016): 301-12. Print.

33Wilhelm, Randall and Jesse Graves. “Words with Ron Rash.” Grist: The Journal for Writers 1.1 (Spring 2008): 214-40. Print.

34Zacharias, Karen Spears. “Ron Rash speaks with Karen Spears Zacharias.” Authors ’Round the South. 21 Sept. 2006. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

Secondary sources

Monographs

35Lang, John. Understanding Ron Rash. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2014. Print.

36Spill, Frédérique. The Radiance of Small Things in Ron Rash’s Writing. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2019. Print.

37Wilhelm, Randall, ed. The Ron Rash Reader. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2014. Print.

38Wilhelm, Randall and Zachary Vernon, eds. Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Foreword by Robert Morgan. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. Print.

Essays and Reviews

39Baldwin, Kara. “‘Incredible Eloquence’: How Ron Rash’s Novels Keep the Celtic Literary Tradition Alive.” The South Carolina Review 39.1 (Fall 2006): 37-45. Print.

40Bjerre, Thomas Ærvold. “Something Rich and Strange by Ron Rash (Review).” The Mississippi Quarterly 67.1 (Winter 2014): 151-55. Print.

41---. “The Rough South of Ron Rash.” Rough South, Rural South: Region and Class in Recent Southern Literature. Eds. Jean W. Cash and Keith Perry. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2016. 99-109. Print.

42Boyleston, Matthew. “Wild Boar in These Woods: The Influence of Seamus Heaney on the Poetry of Ron Rash.” The South Carolina Review 41.2 (Spring 2009): 11-17. Print.

43Brinkmeyer, Robert H. “Discovering Gold in the Back of Beyond: The Fiction of Ron Rash.” Virginia Quarterly Review 89.3 (Summer 2013): 219-23. Print.

44---. Series Editor’s Preface. The Night the New Jesus Fell to Earth and Other Stories from Cliffside, North Carolina. By Ron Rash. 1994. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2015. xi-xiv. Print.

45Brown, Joyce Compton. “The Dark and Clear Vision of Ron Rash.” Appalachian Heritage 30.4 (Fall 2002): 15-25. Print.

46Brown, Joyce Compton and Mark Powell. “Ron Rash’s Serena and the ‘Blank & Pitiless Gaze’ of Exploitation in Appalachia.” North Carolina Literary Review 19 (2010): 70-89. Print.

47Clabough, Casey. “An Appalachian Man of Letters.” Sewanee Review 123.2 (Spring 2015): 345-50. Print.

48Claxton, Mae Miller. “Ron Rash and Eudora Welty: Walking the Same Worn Path.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 111-21. Print.

49Critcher, Renee. “Of Snakes and Men.” Appalachian Heritage 30.4 (Fall 2002): 9-10. Print.

50Crow, Charles L. “Southern American Gothic.” The Cambridge Companion to American Gothic. Ed. Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2017. 141-55. Print.

51Dempsey, Jough. “Ron Rash’s Among the Believers (Review).” Plagiarist.com. 1 Oct. 2002. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

52Eads, Martha Greene. “The Christ-Abandoned Landscape of Rash’s Nothing Gold Can Stay.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 122-36. Print.

53Flood, Alison. “Frank O’Connor award goes to Ron Rash.” The Guardian 20 Sept. 2010. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

54Graves, Jesse. “‘Awake in Their Wide Pasture’: Formal Design in the Poems of Robert Morgan and Ron Rash.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 99-110. Print.

55Hecht, Anthony. “A Gift Matched with Skills of the First Order.” Among the Believers. By Ron Rash. Tennessee: Iris Press, 2000. xi-xv. Print.

56Higgins, Anna Dunlap. “‘Anything But Surrender’: Preserving Southern Appalachia in the Works of Ron Rash.” North Carolina Literary Review 13 (2004): 49-58. Print.

57House, Silas. “Making Himself Heard.” Appalachian Heritage 30.4 (2002): 11-14. Print.

58Johnstone, Doug. “Burning Bright by Ron Rash. The quest for dignity, even in adversity (Review).” The Independent 21 Aug. 2011. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

59Jolliff, William. “Eureka Mill by Ron Rash (Review).” Appalachian Heritage 27/3 (1999): 64-66. Print.

60Lane, John. “The Girl in the River: The Wild and Scenic Chattooga, Ron Rash’s Saints at the River, and the Drowning of Rachel Trois.” The South Carolina Review 41.1 (Fall 2008): 162-67. Print.

61Lang, John. “‘I am haunted still’: The Shelton Laurel Massacre in Ron Rash’s Work.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 178-90. Print.

62Locklear, Erica Abrams. “‘A comfort during a hard time’: Food in Ron Rash’s Poems, Short Stories, and Novels.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 66-79. Print.

63Mackey, Dale. “Writing Rural: Ron Rash.” The Daily Yonder 22 June 2015. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

64Maslin, Janet. “Chained to the Verities of Hunger and Heartbreak (Something Rich and Strange review).” The New York Times 19 Nov. 2014. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

65---. “Lady Macbeth in Appalachia, and Other Tales by an American Master (In the Valley review).” The New York Times 2 Aug. 2020. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

66---. “Rural Pride and Poverty and a Hen’s Empty Nest (Burning Bright review).” The New York Times 8 Mar. 2010. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

67Oestreich, David. “The Poetry of Ron Rash.” Religious Affections. 1 Dec. 2011. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

68Powell, Dannye Romine. “Ron Rash merges sound and sense in new collection (Review).” The Charlotte Observer 22 Nov. 2014. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

69Railsback, Brian. “The Single Effect of Ron Rash’s Environmental Vision.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 40-51. Print.

70Rueda, Carmen. “Ron Rash, Burning Bright (Review).” Appalachian Heritage 40.2 (2012): 118-27. Print.

71---. “Transience and Change in Appalachia: Ron Rash’s Nothing Gold Can Stay (Review).” Appalachian Journal 42.1/2 (Fall 2014/Winter 2015): 82-89. Print.

72Satterwhite, Emily. “‘The Longing for Home,’ Appalachian Fiction, and Ron Rash.” Appalachian Journal 42.1/2 (Fall 2014/Winter 2015): 24-35. Print.

73Skidelsky, William. “Burning Bright by Ron Rash (Review).” The Observer 5 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

74Smith, Jimmy Dean. “Fierce Ghosts, Strange Shadows: Reading Ron Rash’s Extinct and Endangered Species through Flannery O’Connor.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 52-65. Print.

75---. “Spirit Country: The Voice of the Earth and Ron Rash’s Southern Appalachia.” North Carolina Literary Review 20 (2011): 111-20. Print.

76Smith, Newton. “Words to Raise the Dead: The Poetry of Ron Rash.” Iron Mountain Review 20 (2004): 13-20. Print.

77Spill, Frédérique. “Ron Rash’s Burning Bright (2010): Rewriting the Debacle of the South in the Present.” Representation and Rewriting of Myths in Southern Short Fiction. Eds. Alice Clark, Gérald Préher and Emmanuel Vernadakis. Spec. issue of Journal of the Short Story in English 67 (Autumn 2016): 243-60. Print.

78---. “Something Rich and Strange (2014): Ron Rash’s Short Fiction Poetics.” Short Fiction in Theory & Practice 7.1 (2017): 23-38. Print.

79---. “The Pursuit of Happiness, Or Contemplating Trout in Ron Rash’s Work.” La Recherche du Bonheur/The Pursuit of Happiness. Eds. Jocelyn Dupont, Marie-Jeanne Rossignol and François Specq. Spec. issue of Revue Française d’Études Américaines 157 (2018): 199-213. Print.

80Tromble, Tanya. “Elizabeth Spencer’s ‘Owl’: Building Psychological Tension through Ominous Portents.” Elizabeth Spencer. Ed. Gérald Préher. Spec. issue of Journal of the Short Story in English 72 (Spring 2019): 189-201. Print. [Includes a discussion of “The Corpse Bird”]

81Turner, Daniel Cross. “South Unbound: A Case Study in Ron Rash’s Appalachian Fiction.” Navigating Souths: Transdisciplinary Explorations of a U.-S. Region. Eds. Michele Grigsby Coffey and Jodi Skipper. Athens: U of Georgia P, 2017. 135-50. Print.

82Vernon, Zackary. “Commemorating vs. Commodifying: Ron Rash and the Search for an Appalachian Literary Identity.” Appalachian Journal 41.1/2 (Fall 2013/Winter 2014): 104-24. Print.

83---. “Romanticizing the Rough South: Contemporary Cultural Nakedness and the Rise of Grit Lit.” Southern Cultures 22.3 (Fall 2016): 77-94. Print.

84---. “The Role of Witness: Ron Rash’s Peculiarly Historical Consciousness.” South Carolina Review 42.2 (Spring 2010): 19-24. Print.

85Wilhelm, Randall. “Ron Rash, Chemistry and Other Stories (Review).” Appalachian Heritage 35.4 (Fall 2007): 99-101. Print.

86---. “Ghostly Bodies and Worker Voices: Power and Resistance in Ron Rash’s Eureka Mill.” The South Carolina Review 42.2 (2010): 25-36. Print.

87---. “‘A boxed and stilled forever’: Vision, Death, and Affect in the Work of Ron Rash.” Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash. Eds. Randall Wilhelm and Zachary Vernon. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2018. 83-98. Print.

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Frédérique Spill

Frédérique Spill is Professor of American literature at the University of Picardy–Jules Verne in Amiens, France. She is the author of L’Idiotie dans l’œuvre de William Faulkner (PSN, 2009), soon to be published in English. She contributed to Critical Insights: The Sound and the Fury (Salem Press, 2014) and to Faulkner at Fifty: Tutors and Tyros (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014). She coedited The Wagon Moves: New Essays on As I Lay Dying, published in 2018 (L’Harmattan), as well as the spring 2018 issue of The Faulkner Journal. She has also published articles in French and in English on varied contemporary American authors including Flannery O’Connor, Cormac McCarthy, Robert Penn Warren, Jonathan Safran Foer, Nicole Krauss, Willa Cather, Russell Banks, Philip Roth, Toni Morrison, Elizabeth Spencer and Ron Rash. The Radiance of Small Things in Ron Rash’s Writing was published by the University of South Carolina Press in 2019.

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Randall Wilhelm

Randall Wilhelm is editor of The Ron Rash Reader (University of South Carolina Press, 2014), co-editor of Summoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash (University of South Carolina Press, 2018), and editor of Conversations with Robert Morgan (University Press of Mississippi, 2019). He holds degrees in both visual art and literature, and has published over forty essays on American, Southern, and Appalachian writers and artists. Wilhelm has written on Rash’s prose and poetry, including the essays “Ghostly Voices and Worker Bodies: Power and Resistance in Rash’s Eureka Mill” (South Carolina Review, 2010), “‘A Boxed and Stilled Forever’: Vision, Death and Affect in the Work of Ron Rash” (Summoning the Dead, 2018), and “Arresting Visions: Film Noir, Visual Detection, and the Invisible Corpse in Ron Rash’s One Foot in Eden” (Detecting the South in Fiction, Film, and Television, Louisiana State University Press, 2019). Wilhelm’s current work focuses on narrative visualities, undeadness, environmental theory, and object-oriented ontology. He is associate professor of English at Anderson University, South Carolina.

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Gérald Préher

Gérald Préher is Professor of American Studies at Lille Catholic University (France) and a member of the CIRPaLL (University of Angers, France). He defended a doctoral dissertation on southern literature and has written essays on various 19th and 20th century writers. He co-edited several collections of essays on American literature, is the editor of the Journal of the Short Story in English and the general editor of the review Résonances. He recently published a study of Carson McCullers’s The Heart is a Lonely Hunter as part of a book on Solitude and Community in the Novel (Atlande), has a forthcoming monograph on Elizabeth Spencer and a volume dedicated to Richard Ford in the Understanding Contemporary American Literature series.

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