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Wondering Toward Center
By author: Kathy A. Bradley
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: P527
ISBN: 9780881465679
Availability: In stock
Price: $20.00
In her second book of essays, Kathy Bradley continues her examination of the natural world as a prism through which to understand the human experience. With her family farm in the coastal plains of South Georgia serving as the anchor, Bradley uses her observations of animal life, agriculture, and the seasons to create what others have called parables, but what she calls “a map key or decoder ring” for some of the dilemmas of twenty-first-century life. The chronological stories, four years’ worth of tales that began life as newspaper columns, are inhabited by wild and unpredictable animals, civilized and unpredictable people, moons and cornfields, tides and floods and droughts—each described in sensory detail, each a metaphor rich in meaning. Bradley invites readers along on her wanderings in order that they might find their own meaning in the recounting of commonplace events and the lives of ordinary people.

Writing Against God : Language as Message in the Literature of Flannery O'Connor
Product Code: P179
ISBN: 9780865546202
Product Format: Paperback
Availability: Not currently available. (Backorder policy)
Price: $25.00
Writing Against God approaches O'Connor's fiction through linguistic analysis and with reader response perceptions. It examines her grammatical and stylistic choices and addresses the inconsistencies her readers encounter and the conflict this engenders.

Writing on Napkins at the Sunshine Club: An Anthology of Poets Writing in Macon
Edited by: Kevin Cantwell
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: P432
ISBN: 9780881462517
Product Format: Paperback
Availability: In stock
Price: $27.00
Writing on Napkins at the Sunshine Club is a collection of poems written by some of Middle Georgia's most gifted poets. This charming collection exemplifies life in the South during the twentieth century. Including work by David Bottoms, Poet Laureate of Georgia, this book is one you'll want on your shelf.

You and I and Someone Else
By author: Anna Schachner
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: P541
ISBN: 9780881465976
Availability: In stock
Price: $18.00
Frannie Lewis has a lot of bad history with men, starting with the first one she ever met. She’s watched her aloof father disappear in the summers to work with a traveling carnival, seen her mother grow ever more suspicious and resentful. All her life, Frannie has kept their secrets and told their stories. Now thirty-six, she remains a pawn in their longstanding marital chess game—and at this point, it has devolved into a grudge match. Even so, she longs to be a mother. Motherhood seems like a chance to reinvent what it means to be a family—to rectify her childhood, to start fresh. Still single, she isn’t sure if this will ever happen. When her father is diagnosed with cancer, she decides to have a baby on her own to encourage him to live and to please her mother, who still grieves over the baby she lost twenty-five years ago.

Your Autobiography
By author: Kelly Cherry
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: P580
ISBN: 9780881467017
Availability: In stock
Price: $18.00
YOUR AUTOBIOGRAPHY takes on the large issues of war and espionage, ethics and theology, identity and family. Cherry’s poetry takes the reader on a journey of self-introspection and self-examination. Her words permeate a reader’s being in multiple ways both emotionally and intellectually.

Zambian Text : Stories from Ngambe Mission
By author: Morris Smith
Product Code: H690
ISBN: 9780865549708
Product Format: Hardback
Availability: Not currently available. (Backorder policy)
Price: $22.00
Stories set around Ngambe Hospital Mission on the Zambezi River in the 1990s. The missionaries that visit and work in this place often are changed more than they change others, and in the process, they find something of their own self.