Turn South at the Next Magnolia: Directions from a Lifelong Southerner
A collection of tall tales, stories and anecdotes guaranteed to produce a smile. Nan Graham evokes small town Southern charm and foibles as well as any writer, and for good reason, since she grew up in the heart of Dixie when story-telling was king, or queen, as the case with Nan proves.
"Nan Graham is as Southern as black-eyed peas, scuppernong wine, she-crab soup, Crimson Tide tailgating and a dog with ticks. She is so Relentlessly Southern, she makes me feel that I was born in Minnesota!"
Pat Conroy, author of The Prince of Tides, Beach Music
"I thoroughly enjoyed [Nan Graham's] stories."
Bailey White, author of Mama Makes Up Her Mind
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Review: Turn South at the Next Magnolia: Directions from a Lifelong SouthernerUser Review - Martha - Goodreads
A series of essays about Southern culture that the author wrote for the public radio station in Wilmington, NC. They were four-minute pieces and easy to read and enjoy Read full review