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Lisa Alther

Lisa Alther was born in 1944 in Kingsport, Tennessee. She has published six novels, one novella, a memoir, and a new narrative history of the Hatfields and the McCoys, entitled Blood Feud (2012.) Alther has taught at St. Michael's College in Vermont and at East Tennessee State University. She divides her time among Tennessee, Vermont, and New York City.

Books by Lisa Alther

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Washed in the Blood
By author: Lisa Alther
Product Code: H832
ISBN: 9780881462579
Product Format: Hardback
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This unique three-part novel assumes that, regardless of what Americans learn in school, the Southeast was not a barren wilderness when the English arrived at Jamestown. Based on extensive research into the racial mixing that occurred in the early years of southeastern settlement, this provocative multigenerational story shows that these people did not simply vanish. You will not be able to put this novel down without wondering, "Where will it take me next?"
Stormy Weather & Other Stories
By author: Lisa Alther
Product Code: H851
ISBN: 9780881463866
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Stormy Weather & Other Stories is probably as close as Lisa Alther will ever come to writing an autobiography. These stories, written over the course of her career, are set in the three places that have meant the most to her-the Southern mountains, Vermont, and New York City. Most of these stories were published in journals or anthologies, though three are previously unpublished.
Stormy Weather & Other Stories
By author: Lisa Alther
Product Code: H851e
ISBN: 9780881463668
Product Format: Electronic book text
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Stormy Weather & Other Stories is probably as close as Lisa Alther will ever come to writing an autobiography. These stories, written over the course of her career, are set in the three places that have meant the most to her- the Southern mountains, Vermont, and New York City. Most of these stories were published in journals or anthologies, though three are previously unpublished.