Homeworks by Phyllis Tickle
Book Of Tennessee Writers

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A successor to Homewords, published in 1986, an anthology of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction by Tennessee's best living writers contains work by such established writers as Shelby Foote and John Egerton and by up-and-coming talents. Simultaneous. UP.

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Phyllis Tickle is the founding editor of the Religion Department of Publishers Weekly, the international journal of the book industry, and is frequently quoted in print sources like USA Today, the Christian Science Monitor, the New York Times as well as in electronic media like PBS, NPR, the Hallmark Channel, and numerous blogs and web sites. Tickle is an authority on religion in America and a much sought after lecturer.
Published August 1, 1996 by University of Tennessee Press. 490 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Peopled by unfulfilled women and inarticulate men who are either troubled by dead spouses, estranged children, broken marriages or sustained by little victories, these fine, lyric stories make good on the editors' promise of an anthology ""as much predictive of the century to come as it is descri...

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