Fiction - Southern

On the Bricks

By Penni Jones

On the Bricks, set in the small town of West Plains, Arkansas, is the debut novel from Penni Jones. And from the opening chapters, the hopelessness of a drug-fuelled, dead-end existence for the main characters seeps uncomfortably, yet convincingly from the pages. Ms. Jones’...

On the Hole

By Jeff Bacot

On the Hole by Jeff Bacot tells the story of Jay ‘Skew’ Hewitt, a vice president of a production and music distribution company, and Nick Landers, a tax attorney. They are both regular golfers at the Regina Buck & Duck Hunt Country Club. After eighteen...

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Okatibbee Creek

By Lori Crane

"Okatibbee Creek" is based on the true story of the main character in this story, Mary Ann Rodgers. This story opens in 1834 when young Mary is six years old, and is spending time down at the creek with her brothers and sister while waiting...

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One Blood

By Qwantu Amaru

It is 2002 and Randy Lafitte is the twice-elected governor of Louisiana. As nice as he would like his life portrayed, it is anything but under the surface, for he is a racist, hateful, and not above calling for help from those who live on...

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One Last Chase

By C. Wayne Winkle

The setting is 1899 Arkansas Territory. Micah Albright, a retired U.S. Marshall, has “One Last Chase” left in him. Suffering from cancer he has yet to let any of his family know. He receives a telegram from his doctor in Little Rock saying that he...

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