2 edition of The Best Stories from Southern Magazine. found in the catalog.
The Best Stories from Southern Magazine.
by August House Publishers
Written in English
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Welcome summer with a stellar new book haul, including buzzy debut novels, a visually stunning tour through mezcal territory, and two story collections by Southern authors that are perfect for poolside afternoons. Oh, And a Bottle of Rum. Borges’ stories are hard to categorize, as he touched on a variety of themes and techniques in his writing. Well read and intellectual, he is known as one of Latin America’s greatest writers and incorporates into his work several reoccurring themes—time, philosophy, mirrors, imaginary books, religion, and labyrinths, among others.
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Some are already bestsellers. They’re all brilliant reads. Read on for the best Southern books ofand pick up your favorites at your local bookstore. Also be sure to check out last year’s Southern Books of the Year as well as The Best New Books Coming Out Winter Your end-of-year reading list is filling up already.
The Southern Humanities Review is a literary magazine published at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, and it's a source of thought-provoking essays, poetry, fiction, and.
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If we’re a culture dedicated to story, the Southern bookstore is the standard-bearer, the champion, the go-to source for the best of the best. When the seasons change, we’re on the hunt for new novels. Story Magazine (short stories, fiction, and nonfiction) Antioch Review (short stories and poetry) The First Line (for each issue will contain original works based on past first lines).
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The Valancourt Book of Victorian Christmas Ghost Stories Edited by Tara Moore, who precedes each spooky tale with a letter to its author (one of whom is Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), The Valancourt Book has compiled 13 ghost stories from 19th-century, Victorian-era periodicals into one absorbing tome that begs to be read by a.
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