Cover of: Alabama bound | edited by James E. Colquitt.

Alabama bound

contemporary stories of a state

Published by Livingston Press in Livingston, AL .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Wide load, where are you? / Fred Bonnie
It wasn't all dancing / Mary Ward Brown
The night of the yellow butterflies / William Cobb
Victory / Patricia Foster
Going under / H.E. Francis
Rumpelstiltskin was an abused child / Anne George
Drummer down / Barry Hannah
Fruit / Donna Holt
There's no telling / Andrew Hudgins
Zoo / Madison Jones
From the spyglasstree / Albert Murray
Water into wine / Helen Norris
68 / Michael Orlofsky
Lady Jane / Sandra King Ray
The sound of them / Michelle Richmond
The return / Paul Ruffin
The year of Saint Christopher / Patricia Sammon
Field trip / Kingman Cody Shelburne
Faith / R.T. Smith
Juggling / Ellen Sullivan
Alpha and omega / Joe Taylor
Blue tea / Tammy Townsend
Hunger / Betty Jean Tucker
Who killed Bertha Lovelace? / T.A. Vaughan
The Byzantine riddle / Eugene Walter
A discussion of property / Lex Williford
Lady's dream / Tobias Wolff
Waiting for the broken horse / Allen Woodman.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.01089761
Library of Congress
PS558.A5 A36 1995

The Physical Object

Pagination
xi, 212 p. ;
Number of pages
212

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL821873M
Internet Archive
alabamaboundcont0000colq
ISBN 10
0942979257, 0942979265
LC Control Number
95076058
OCLC/WorldCat
32907395
Library Thing
550300
Goodreads
4756707
1638900
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