Clayton, GA: Lillian Smith, 1943. First Edition. Staple-bound wrappers; 50pp. Staples rusted, with wrappers detached but intact and present. Contents clean and sound. A continuation of Smith's North Georgia Review, begun in 1936. A tiny but influential southern literary magazine, founded and edited by Smith. Noteworthy for publishing early work by southern Black writers. The current issue includes a short story by Sterling Brown ("Words on a Bus"), others by Paula Snelling, Thomas Sancton, and Lillian Smith.