Proving That The Waters Of Southern Talent Run Deep And Traditions Are Meant To Be Both Honored And Stood On Their Ear, The Third Volume Of Stories From The Blue Moon Cafi Presents The Most Talented Practitioners Of Southern Writing Readers Need Not Ever Have Set A Foot South Of The Mason Dixon Line To Appreciate The Bold, The Brash, The Horrifying And The Humorous Short Stories, Essays, Poems, And Even Songs From The South S Preeminent Authors And Its Strongest New Voices Gathered Together For A Feast In Stories From The Blue Moon Cafi III.Includes Bailey Family Resting Place By Matt BaggettFor Those Who Ride The Dog By Nikki BarrangerFalling By Marlin BartonSalt By Barry BradfordLong Time Coming By Rick BraggSquirrel S Chair By Matthew BrockIt Wasn T All Dancing By Mary Ward BrownAll About The Music By Grayson CappsDog House By Jan ChabreckGeronimo By Brock ClarkeColored Glass By Doug CrandellBayou Canot By Joe FormichellaPeople On The Empty Road By Tim GautreauxCharting The Territories Of The Red By William GayGhosts In Blue And Gray By Juliana GrayShrimpers By Juliana GrayI Ll Fly Away By Wayne GreenhawMaterial By Donald HaysWaterwalkers By Bret Anthony JohnstonSeason Of Moles By Jack KerleyBirdland By Michael KnightAunt Marie By Mack LewisYesterday My Father Was Dying By Chip LivingstonWatch By Jonathan OdellAttention Johnny America Please Read By Jack PendarvisOld Pro And The Open By Brewster Milton RobertsonHard To Remember, Hard To Forget By Dayne ShermanJoy Of Funerals By Alix StraussArtifacts By Brad ViceDear Neighbor By Daniel WallaceMystery Hill By D.B WellsGimple And Odum By James Whorton, Jr. A neat anthology, though a lot of the stories are kinda what you d expect from Southern dude writers guy loses girl, guy gets dog, guy digs grave But all are competent, and one story in particular, For Those Who Ride the Dog, by Nikki Barranger, is truly wonderful Worth a look.
- 386 pages
- Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe III
- Sonny Brewer
- 25 July 2017 Sonny Brewer