Best Creative Nonfiction of the South, Volume I: Virginia
Literary Non-Fiction
5.5 x 8.5, 228 pp.
Pub Date: 07/11/2016
  paper
Price:        $22.95

978-1-68003-075-4

Published by Texas Review Press

To Receive E-News
 
 



 

Best Creative Nonfiction of the South, Volume I: Virginia

Casey Clabough and Thorpe Moeckel

Best Creative Nonfiction of the South, of which this Virginia collection is the first volume, serves as a valuable resource for scholars, students, writers, and general readers interested in creative nonfiction both from specific areas of the South and across the region as a whole. The writers included in each volume come from diverse backgrounds, generations, and artistic traditions. Most, if not all, volumes in the series indirectly reflect literary changes over time and/or how literary variations have manifested themselves in a given state. In some cases, publisher permissions and other factors have foiled the editors from including the work of deserving writers. Nevertheless, the abundant literary talent across the South has lessened the impact of the occasional unfortunate omission.

“TRP has for years now published an annual collection of poetry from each of our Southern states, and these anthologies have done very well for us, both inside and outside university classrooms. We welcome this new series on Southern nonfiction and look forward to visiting these fine essayists, state by state.”—Paul Ruffin, Director, Texas Review Press

CASEY CLABOUGH (Series Editor) is the Lynchburg, Virginia-based author of three books of creative nonfiction and numerous other titles dealing mostly with the U.S. South.

THORPE MOECKEL, English Graduate Director at Hollins University in Virginia and the author of several volumes of poetry and creative nonfiction, lives in Lynchburg, Virginia.

OF RELATED INTEREST

Southern Poetry Anthology Volume I
Southern Poetry Anthology III
Southern Poetry Anthology V
Southern Poetry Anthology VI: Tennessee
Review Copy Request Form Desk Copy Request Form