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First-Timers

Cold Tree of Nashville; bringing Memphis authors into print one title at a time.
February 1, 2008

Staff Pick: The Unfinished Presidency

A Historical Reflection on the Rise of Jimmy Carter
If you're lucky enough to become a former U.S. president at the relatively young age of 56, what do you do with the rest of your life?
February 1, 2008

What About Bob?

A homegrown music talent comes back from obscurity, with a little help from his friends
February 1, 2008

Grace Land

Mitford's Favorite Father Comes Home
No use looking for Mitford, North Carolina. It isn't on any map. But it does exist as the fictional town made famous in 1996
January 1, 2008

Staff Pick: The Woman at the Washington Zoo

Marjorie Williams Battles Cancer
"The beast first showed itself benignly, in the late-June warmth of a California swimming pool, and it would take me more than a year to know it for what it was."
January 1, 2008

Most Unusual

Irreverent. Unapologetic. Loud. Ross Johnson is not your daddy's librarian.
January 1, 2008

32 by 32

Our list of the finest literary works with a Memphis flavor.
Whether you agree with our selections or not, one thing is clear: in terms of our contributions to the world, there's more to Memphis than blues and barbecue.
December 1, 2007

Home For the Holidays

Author Michael Knight takes the merry out of Christmas and the happy out of New Year's.
December 1, 2007

Staff Pick: Mutts

December 1, 2007

The Day the Music Died

Ben Cauley remembers the passing of Otis Redding and the Bar-Kays
December 1, 2007
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