May, 2001                         Vol. 2, No.5        

Book News

Celebrating Our Culture
Bless Your Heart, Tramp
The Lighter Side of Southern Culture with Columnist Celia Rivenbark
by Joyce Dixon

Erma Bombeck meets Lewis Grizzard is one way to describe the whimsical style of Celia Rivenbark.  She writes about home, local people, and how the world at large touches small town America.


Featured Non-Fiction Author
Mastering Cheap Psychological Tricks:
Motivational Speaker and Author
Dr. Perry W. Buffington, Ph. D.
By Joyce Dixon

Dr. Perry Buffington is a licensed psychologist who lectures full time to business, educational and professional organizations on leadership and problem-solving.  Dr. Buffington has been a guest expert on CNN, and his articles on human behavior have appeared in national and international media.  He is the author of eight books on parenting and practical applications of psychological techniques, as well as an anecdotal history of Atlanta.  













Foreword Magazine 2001 Book of the Year Awards will be presented June 2nd in Chicago at BookExpo.  Among the winners: Hal Crowther, Paul Arnett, William Arnett, Stacy D'Erasmo, and Amber L. Hollinbaugh.

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May Calendar

3-5, 2001 Alabama Writers Symposium
5-6, 2001 Mid-Atlantic Writers' Conference
4-6, 2001 Mountain Laurel Conference
17-19, 2001 Florida First Coast Writers' Festival
18-19, 2001 Nashville Screenwriters Conference

19, 2001

Georgia Writers Spring Festival
21-27, 2001 Arts & Letters Workshops

  2001 Calendar

Book Reviews

The River Less Run, Tim McLaurin, 2000
Milking the Moon, Eugene Walter, 2001
Back Home, Roy Hoffman, 2001
Taps, Willie Morris, 2001
Sugar, Bernice L. McFadden, 2001
Never Let It End, Ruth Bell Graham, 2001
A Melungeon Winter, Patrick Bone, 2001
Bloodlines of Tyranny, Dan Dane, 2001
Bless Your Heart, Tramp, Celia Rivenbark, 2000
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