Growing up in the 1950s, Ms. Leola Cullom remembers South Nashville as a haven, but forces outside her control have caused major changes to the neighborhood she loves. A young singer named Andrea Evans is determined to have a hand in turning things back around. She interviews Ms. Leola and shares her own memories in The Bridge.
Erica Ciccarone is a writer of fiction and nonfiction living in Nashville. She is a regular contributor to Nashville Scene and Nashville Arts, including the Scene's renowned column Vodka Yonic. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the New School and has published her fiction in Epiphany, ThisRecording, and H.O.W. Journal. She is the 2015 writer in residence at Seed Space, and blogs about art and culture in Nashville at NYCnash.