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Writing, like the South itself, can be a bittersweet experience.
The source of this literary heritage is, by consensus, the storytelling culture of the South. John M.
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From the storytellers that bore us because all those that came before us were storytellers. For all the conflict, writing is the one act that allows the South to deal with its history and present. Fiction is the truth teller. Fiction is the peacemaker. Southern Writers on Writing ends with a bit of advice for those who strive to be Southern writers. I lived outside the South for two years and hated every minute of it…When I re-entered Alabama after that long absence, I stopped my car, got out and kissed the ground…My poetry comes out of my quarrel with myself as I grapple with the dualities of my feelings about the South, my home, my lovely, dysfunctional home—pride and shame; joy and sadness—the place from which comes both the love and rage that undergird my work.
Here I am. We are together now.
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By Joe Formichella , ed. The title has a story behind it and the subtitle is a pun. The story is simple. This became a ritualized event held around a Fairhope bonfire, the idea being that each shoe burned had a story to tell, or be told about it. At that bonfire last year one young woman happily announced she was finally making a living as a singer and burned her white waitress shoes. Read the complete review ….
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Solomon and Ms. George graduated from UA, but Solomon taught at Auburn, and the papers of both writers are now in the Auburn library. This anthology, the Solomon and George Publishers debut volume, is, appropriately, devoted to writings by people with an Auburn or east Alabama connection and all seem to be set in Auburn or, at least, not discernibly elsewhere. The beautiful idyllic communities along Mobile Bay—Fairhope, Point Clear, Daphne, Montrose—conjure feelings of charm and beauty, but most importantly, these lovely locales conjure stories.
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Glennon said that the process encourages them all to put pen to paper. Sure, somebody might call it junk. But the next person might call it a treasure. During a quarterly Pot and Plot — a potluck dinner where members work on developing plotlines — in December, the idea for "Fairhope Anthology" was born. The authors, many of whom were in the process of writing their own books, had all worked with short stories, Meszaros said. Bull said he hopes the anthology will draw visitors — and possible new residents — to the area as they work their way through the stories the book contains.