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May, 2000                              Vol. 1, No. 3   

Book News

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May Calendar
4-6, 2000 Alabama Writers Symposium
13, 2000 Georgia Writers Spring Festival
12-13, 2000 A Celebration of Stories Festival
18-20, 2000 Florida First Coast Writers' Festival
19-21, 2000 Mountain Laurel Conference
19-21, 2000 Nashville Screenwriters Conference

 2000 event calendar

 

Book Reviews
Southern Mothers

Sullivan's Island

Deep Dixie

A Walk to Remember

Midnight Hour

Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes

On the Occasion of My Last Afternoon

A Guide to Literary Sites of the South

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In Memoriam
Novelist/Poet/Artist Eugene Walter ( 1921-1998)
 
Moments with Eugene:
A Collection of Memories
by Joseph Sackett 

No matter what, keep dancing!  On the evening of May 1, 2000 nearly one hundred friends of the late Eugene Walter gathered beside Eugeneís Church Street Cemetery grave. The occasion? 

To witness the unveiling of KaliOka Pressí new book, Moments with Eugene...a collection of memories.  To see editors Rebecca Barrett and Carolyn Haines dedicate their new book (posthumously) to Eugene. To throw a Church Street Graveyard party in Eugeneís honor. 

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Featured Author
A Lawyer Who's a Nice Guy? C'mon!
An Interview with William Bernhardt
by Robert L. Hall

William Bernhardt is the author of thirteen books which have sold millions of copies worldwide, including is bestselling series of courtroom novels featuring attorney Ben Kincaid (Primary Justice, Blind Justice, Deadly Justice, Perfect Justice, Cruel Justice, Naked Justice, Extreme Justice, Dark Justice, and Silent Justice).

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Landmarks
Touring Historic Literary Sites
by Ella Robinson
It was football weather. We left out early, before the sun had a chance to chase away the winterís chill. We knew that we would be traveling a two-lane road much of the way. After a while a car with a university pennant attached to the window passed us, then another. Anticipation was building as each mile clicked off the odometer.
Our excitement was not spurred by football that day. Instead, my friend and I were on our way to tour Rowan Oak, William Faulknerís Oxford, Mississippi home.
 
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