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Southern Comfort By S.A. Parham & W. Olivia Race
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A collection of fantasy, science-fiction, and horror short stories, poems, and artwork whose proceeds are donated to the American Red Cross.
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A collection of fantasy, science-fiction, and horror short stories, poems, and artwork whose proceeds are donated to the American Red Cross.
Southern Manor By C.W. Tiffin
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Henry Hamilton ran his farm in southern Ontario like his father had run the planation in the southern US and treated his workers like slaves. Nothing stood in Henry's way for making money. Jim Ryan... More > was the son of Bob O'Ryan an Irish immigrant who had worked for Henry until he could purchase his own farm down the road. Bob's father had put up the money but when an accident took his life the banker came looking for payment and when Bob couldn't pay the land went back to the bank for sale. Jim had watched all of the sorrow his parents encountered and how greed had interfered with the family dream. Jim had a plan to get the land back and with the help of the great depression and Henry's high maintenance wife Ginger, Jim was going to bring Henry to his knees.< Less
Flash! Fiction By Peter McMillan
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An anthology of 34 flash fiction pieces--stories, vignettes, and apocryphal tales--reprinted from various online markets, including The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Muscadine Lines, The... More > Midwest Literary Review, Black Lantern Publishing, Daily Flash 2012: 366 Days of Flash Fiction, Moon Drenched Fables, The Copperfield Review, Bewildering Stories, Dew on the Kudzu, Flashes in the Dark, The Bicycle Review, Long Story Short, Danse Macabre, Eunoia Review, The Calliope Nerve, Short Humour, Larks Fiction Magazine, The Fringe Magazine, and 6 Tales.< Less
Flash! Fiction By Peter McMillan
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An anthology of 34 flash fiction pieces--stories, vignettes, and apocryphal tales--reprinted from various Internet journals, magazines, and weblogs, including The Dead Mule School of Southern... More > Literature, Muscadine Lines, The Midwest Literary Review, Black Lantern Publishing, Daily Flash 2012: 366 Days of Flash Fiction, Moon Drenched Fables, The Copperfield Review, Bewildering Stories, Dew on the Kudzu, Flashes in the Dark, The Bicycle Review, Long Story Short, Danse Macabre, Eunoia Review, Calliope Nerve, Short Humour, and 6 Tales.< Less
New Southerner Fall 2008 By New Southerner
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The Fall 2008 issue features ways to curb fuel consumption, an interview with Doug Fine, a profile of the band Night Driving in Small Towns and eco-art by Tim Pace; also includes poetry by Kim... More > Noriega, Mark Russell Brown and Cody McClanahan; fiction by Jeff Wallace; an essay by Dorothy Baughman; and Cecilia Woloch's essay on life in the Carpathians.< Less
New Southerner Literary Edition 2010 By New Southerner
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Winners of the 2010 New Southerner Literary Prizes, including the 2010 James Baker Hall Memorial Prize in Poetry.
New Southerner Literary Edition 2010 By New Southerner
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Winners of the 2010 New Southerner Literary Prizes, including the 2010 James Baker Hall Memorial Prize in Poetry.
Tales From the Southern Hotel By Stephanie N. Macomber
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Fifteen-year-old Mary Lou Peters lives in the historic Southern Hotel in fictional Asheville, Maryland. Her life-long dream is to take over the hotel that her parents kept the same for so long. She... More > discovers that she has an amazing gift that throughout these eight stories helps her solf previously unsolved mysteries, many having to do with the hotel's eventful past. In the beginning, she has no friends besides friends of her parents. She meets all kinds of interesting people -- her best friend Robby, energetic Julie, and even a few ghosts. Like everyone else, tragedies, celebrations, good and bad times are a part of Mary Lou'slife, adn the hotel's past. These stories take place in a hotel that is based on the real Southern Hotel in North Carolina. In July, 2005, I toured the hotel when it was for sale. The building and the history inpsired this historical fiction collection about a mid-20th Century family living in a prosperous small-town hotel.< Less
Tales From the Southern Hotel By Stephanie N. Macomber
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Fifteen-year-old Mary Lou Peters lives in the historic Southern Hotel in fictional Asheville, Maryland. Her life-long dream is to take over the hotel that her parents kept the same for so long. She... More > discovers that she has an amazing gift that throughout these eight stories helps her solf previously unsolved mysteries, many having to do with the hotel's eventful past. In the beginning, she has no friends besides friends of her parents. She meets all kinds of interesting people -- her best friend Robby, energetic Julie, and even a few ghosts. Like everyone else, tragedies, celebrations, good and bad times are a part of Mary Lou'slife, adn the hotel's past. These stories take place in a hotel that is based on the real Southern Hotel in North Carolina. In July, 2005, I toured the hotel when it was for sale. The building and the history inpsired this historical fiction collection about a mid-20th Century family living in a prosperous small-town hotel.< Less