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According to the editors, Jerri Beck (who still lives and writes in Birmingham, AL) and Anne George (now deceased) in the Foreword:  "This is a southern woman's anthology in that each author was born in the South and has spent her whole life or a considerable portion of her life here.  Each...
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As described by the editor, Ralph Hammond, Al poet, now deceased:   "The Greeks tell us that an anthology is a 'gathering of flowers' This collection, then, is a gathering of poetical flowers from the Alabama scene. Its ultimate purpose is to celebrate the State's contemporary poets and to...
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See Ya is a story that crosses generations and histories. Lives are often stories not yet written down. Not always ended, either, which can fuse the living and telling into a path not always clear. Some tales take a long time to tell, especially when they start in 1944 and flow into 1996, and...
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When her mom runs away from home, Rachel is left behind with her emotionally distant father and many questions she cannot answer. Over time, she learns the truth about her mom. But it's only when she learns the truth about her dad, the rock- immoveable and always there for her to lean on-that...
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Janet Holmes’s second book of poems explores and interrogates the quotidian life of the late twentieth century for what exists behind its often seductive appearance. In these poems we see beneath acceptable, sleek surfaces into the turbulence they often conceal, as the splendid green tuxedo of the...
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From Kirkus Reviews An emotional portrait of a father and son relationship--in a second novel from the author of The Outskirts (1988). Rather like Larry Woiwode, Stark gets by on minimal plotting, instead allowing modulations in mood, and passionate exchanges between characters, to advance his...
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Charming underachiever Jamie Garner is living a slacker's life in San Francisco during the dot-com boom--avoiding his stalled career as a radio producer, barely holding on to his relationship with his boyfriend, but surrounded by fun-loving friends. And then Jamie gets the call he's always dreaded...