The Celestine Sibley Sampler: Writings and Photographs with Tributes to the Beloved Author and Journalist

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Peachtree Publishers, 1997 - Photography - 284 pages
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This volume collects some of the best-loved works by award-winning Southern columnist and author Celestine Sibley.
Favorite writings from Sibley's rich and varied career will take you straight into a world of lively and unforgettable characters, both real and fictional. Her words, whether about politics, family, gardening, food, or murder, are sure to lead you down an unexpected path where you feel right at home.
Ten of Sibley's friends and best-known fans have provided entertaining introductions to each section of the book. They celebrate her charm, wisdom, and sparkling good humor.

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Contents

Introduction by Lawrence P Ashmead
4
Murder
24
Food
62
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

CELESTINE SIBLEY wrote her poignant and thoughtful columns for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for more than fifty years before her death in 1999. She was also the author of more than twenty books, including The Celestine Sibley SamplerChristmas in Georgia, Mothers Are Always Special, A Place Called Sweet Apple, and The Sweet Apple Gardening Book.

SIBLEY FLEMING is a columnist, writer, and editor, whose work appears regularly in national magazines and regional newspapers. She is the author of several books, including How to Rock Your Baby. Fleming teaches writing at Georgia State University and writes a syndicated personal humor column on parenting and family. She lives in North Carolina with her family.

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