A Year in Review
November 21, 2016
If you’d like to know what literary tradition looks like, look no further than 143 South Carolina Ave. The old stone Watson-Torian house is the new home of the Sewanee Review, the longest continuously published literary quarterly in the nation. The new building holds the office of the Review’s new editor, Adam Ross, a New York native and longtime Nashville resident with an impressive literary resume and some big ideas for Sewanee’s distinguished publication ...