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    • Casting Nets 

      Gunkel, Kay Exley (University of the South, 2012-05)
      Casting Nets is a collection of thirteen short stories each with a protagonist who clings fiercely to her (or, in a few cases, his) individuality. Ten of the thirteen stories are set in Savannah, Georgia, a coastal small ...
    • Dollars and Nonsense: Women at Work 

      Grissom, Candace (University of the South, 2012-05)
      Dollars and Nonsense: Women at Work is a collection of creative nonfiction essays based on the personal experiences of Candace U. Grissom and the women in her family. Intended to be both truthful and humorous, the four ...
    • Singing Iris 

      Dunmeyer, Wendy (University of the South, 2012-05)
      “Singing Iris” loosely interprets the concept of Dreaming to examine how ancestry, places, losses, and rebirths echo within a person’s life. “Dreaming” refers to an indigenous Australian tribe’s or individual’s unique ...
    • Thresholds 

      Parker, Donald (University of the South, 2012-05)
      This collection of poems is about thresholds, some crossed naturally in the process of birth in a particular time, family, place, and with certain accompanying circumstances. Other thresholds are approached knowingly, with ...
    • Withhold Not Correction 

      Clark, Christopher D. (University of the South, 2012-05)
      This collection of short fiction explores the notion of correction centered in an attachment to the Proverbs 13-24 accounts involving discipline: restitution as punishment, restitution as loving response or as intended ...