The Remembered Gate: Memoirs by Alabama Writers

Edited by Jay Lamar and Jeanie Tompson
Copyright 2002
Checked out 2 times in 9 years
Last checked out 5 years ago

This book was mis-shelved in 811s,  but I decided to cover it here briefly because I think it’s a delightful project (described by the subtitle). The poets providing reminiscences of growing up in Alabama include Andrew Glaze, Andrew Hudgins, and Rodney Jones. Others include Fanny Flagg, Sena Jeter Naslund and Wayne Greehaw. The essays sport such fascinating titles as “The Ghosts in My Grandmother’s Attic” and “Thunderhoof and the Mantel Clock.” I suspect there’s much enjoyment to be had in this book for anyone who loves Alabama.

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