Southern women have a certain allure, a wide-open mystery that never has to say “I’ll never tell,” so much as you’ll never know. They are willing. They are strong, They have a strong appeal of the sensual – and sexual. And no matter what hand you deal them, Southern women will refuse to be hard; tough, maybe, hard, never.
And so it was that Matraca Berg, Marshall Chapman, Jill McCorkle and Lee Smith, four the South’s most earthy daughters found themselves onstage once again. This time, the pair of acclaimed authors/essayists and songwriter/artists staged their loose read’n’play at Nashville’s Belcourt Thearte to benefit the Center for Contemplative Justice, a global/local charity/activism