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  • Still Upright & Headed Downstream: Collected River Writing
    By author: John Lane
    Gathered here after decades, scattered individually throughout a dozen published books and many magazines, newspapers, and journals, are essays and poems about paddling and floating rivers all over the Southeast and beyond. Settings range from the Nantahala in North Carolina to the Tiburon in Mexico.
  • Better to See You With: Perspectives on Flannery O'Connor, Selected and New
    This collection of twenty provocative and quirky essays presents Marshall Bruce Gentry's most recent discoveries of angles from which to freshly examine and appreciate the works of Flannery O'Connor, along with reprints of most of Gentry's O'Connor articles since he published FLANNERY O'CONNOR'S RELIGION OF THE GROTESQUE. Although there is plenty in this gathering that would certainly surprise O'Connor herself, there is much that might help the reader who is searching for how to get more out of her intriguing stories.
  • The Lost Thing
    By author: Sarah Gordon
    THE LOST THING is a collection of poems exploring absence and loss and the potential of language to witness that loss. These poems capture the certain fading away--of family, individuals, places, and emotions.
  • Not Xanadu: Poems
    By author: Cathryn Hankla
    Cathryn Hankla's tenth collection, NOT XANADU, confronts the recurring imprint of the past--culturally, environmentally, and personally. In innovative poems that reclaim and reinvent traditional forms, reversing haikus and truncating sonnets, Hankla's recognition of resonance and presence evolves as a runner moves through a familiarly strange landscape evoking memory without evading keen observation. The poet reminds us that things are not what they seem on the surface or at first glance.

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