Check it out! For the first time in the history of the Sewanee Review, we're delivering a series of never-before-published essays exclusively online. Read the second entry, Michael Beeman's "From Inspiration to Print," which follows the inaugural and eponymous essay of the series, Brock Adams's "Spilt Ink."
"Allenby was magnificent that day, outmaneuvering Liman Von Sanders in the same way and in the same tight place where Richard had once outmaneuvered Saladin. With the breach made, ten thousand cavalry were loosed across the Turkish rear, and after that nothing could restore the Jackos' defenses. It was like Armageddon." —from "The Sound of Chariots," spring 2006