Alabama Bound: Contemporary Stories of a State
James Earl Colquitt
Livingston Press, 1995 - Fiction - 212 pages
The twenty-eight stories which make up this memorable collection give powerful testimony to the richness and vitality of short story writing in Alabama. The collection contains exquisite stories by well-known writers such as Mary Ward Brown, Barry Hannah, Madison Jones, Albert Murray, Helen Norris, Eugene Walter and Tobias Wolff -- as well as fine stories by authors such as Michelle Richmond and Kingman Cody Shelbourne, who appear in print here for the first time.
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