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Southern Creatives Interview – Poet, John Davis, Jr. @poetjohndavisjr

In honor of National Poetry Month (you are celebrating, aren’t you?), it is my pleasure to have John Davis, Jr. as my guest on Southern Creatives. Would you classify yourself as a Southern poet? Why or why not? I would … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Jim Booth, guest post: Southern Rock Stardom, Postmodernism, and the Persistence of Memory

After a week’s vacation (which led to antibiotics all around in our house!), Southern Creatives is back. I hope you all enjoy this guest post by Jim Booth and find it as entertaining as I do. Southern Rock Stardom, Postmodernism, … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Tracy Kaufmann, @KauffmanTracy

Interview with author, Tracy Kaufmann – this week’s guest on Southern Creatives 1. Do you consider yourself a southern writer or a writer who happens to be from the south? What is the difference? I  am a southern author and … Continue reading

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Why I love Southern Fiction Fans…

You Know Who You Are 🙂 Southern fiction fans —> people who love William Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Flannery O’Connor, Harper Lee, Margaret Mitchell and the list goes on. Why do I love you? Because you are “my people.” (Trying not … Continue reading

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What is it about me and William Faulkner?

I first met William Faulkner through his short story, Barn Burning. I was amazed at the instant recognition I had with the Snopes family. I was drawn in at the same time I was repulsed, both by the words on … Continue reading

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6 Excellent Resources for Researching William Faulkner

 6 Excellent Resources for Researching William Faulkner His biography, lineage, writing life & time in Hollywood: WFofW William Faulkner Anecdotes & Trivia  Faulkner’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech “The Banquet Speech“, Stockholm, December 10, 1950 – the legendary Faulkner quote “There is … Continue reading

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