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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.
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.
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
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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 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.
M.O.B. - A Personal Journey Through Life's Little Problems By Allan Southern
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The often humorous chronicling of the author's experiences through life, from the sublime to the rediculous. Eighty short stories in eight categories from relgion to the battle of the sexes.
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
A Memory Of The Southern Seas 1904 By Louis Becke
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: George Lewis Becke (or Louis Becke; 18 June 1855 – 18... More > February 1913) was an Australian Pacific trader, short-story writer and novelist.Becke was born at Port Macquarie, New South Wales, son of Frederick Becke, Clerk of Petty Sessions and his wife Caroline Matilda, née Beilby. Both parents were born in England. Becke was the ninth of twelve children and had a tendency to wander; he has stated that before he was 10 he had twice run away from home. The family moved to Hunters Hill, Sydney in 1867 and Becke was educated at Fort Street High School.In 1869, Becke travelled to San Francisco with his brother William Vernon and was away for nineteen months. At 16 years of age, Becke was a stowaway on a ship bound for Samoa. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Lewis_Becke< Less
Clotelle: A Tale of the Southern States By William Wells Brown
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Wells Brown (circa 1814 – November 6, 1884) was a... More > prominent African-American abolitionist lecturer, novelist, playwright, and historian in the United States. Born into slavery in Montgomery County, Kentucky, near the town of Mount Sterling, Brown escaped to Ohio in 1834 at the age of 20. He settled in Boston, where he worked for abolitionist causes and became a prolific writer. His novel Clotel (1853), considered the first novel written by an African American, was published in London, where he resided at the time; it was later published in the United States.Brown was a pioneer in several different literary genres, including travel writing, fiction, and drama. In 1858 he became the first published African-American playwright, and often read from this work on the lecture circuit. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Wells_Brown< Less