Stories From the Blue Moon Cafe by Patricia Foster

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This collection of thirty Southern writers gathers some of the finest authors in the country—with stories, essays, and a poem. Demonstrating a range of styles, topics, and themes these stories display each writer’s craftsmanship and talent and together form a testament to the grand literary tradition of the South.

About the Editor
Sonny Brewer owns Over the Transom Bookstore in Fairhope, Alabama. He was editor of the city magazine in Mobile, Alabama, associate editor of an Alabama weekly newspaper, and a feature columnist; he edited an anthology of Fairhope writers and artists called Red Bluff Review, and is the author of a parable on aging cleverly disguised as a children’s book, Rembrandt the Rocker, and a book of dime-store philosophy called A Yin for Change.

Contributors:

Marlin Barton
Rick Bragg
Jill Conner Browne
C. Terry Cline, Jr.
Pat Conroy
Tom Corcoran
Beth Ann Fennelly
Patricia Foster
Tom Franklin
William Gay
Jim Gilbert
W.E.B. Griffin
Winston Groom
Melinda Haynes
Frank Turner Hollon
Silas House
Suzanne Hudson
Douglas Kelley
Tom Kelly
Michael Knight
Bev Marshall
Jennifer Paddock
Barbara Robinette Moss
Judith Richards
Richard Shackelford
George Singleton
Monroe Thompson
Sidney Thompson
Brad Watson
Steve Yarbrough
 

About Patricia Foster

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SONNY BREWER owns Over the Transom Bookshop in Fairhope and is board chairman of the nonprofit Fairhope Center for the Writing Arts. He is the former editor in chief of Mobile Bay Monthly; he also published and edited Eastern Shore Quarterly magazine, edited Red Bluff Review,"" and was founding associate editor of the weekly West Alabama Gazette. Brewer is the editor of the acclaimed annual three-volume anthology of Southern writing, Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe. "From the Hardcover edition.
 
Published November 17, 2009 by MP Publishing Limited. 368 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, History, War. Fiction

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Another husband and wife grow apart in "Orphans," by Donald Hays, in which an Oklahoma dentist finds God and moves to Russia to found an orphanage, his skeptical wife trailing behind.

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