William Christenberry


Friday, September 01, 2006

William Christenberry returns every year to central Alabama near Tuscaloosa to chronicle the very slowly morphing rural landscape of his childhood: faded wooden barns, kudzu, covered buildings, dilapidated roadside markets with rusty signs and a certain old barbecue joint. Kurt asks Christenberry how he avoids cliches while capturing such familiar images of the South


William Christenberry

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