Recent books by Hollins authors: Summer 2012

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My Bayou: New Orleans through the Eyes of a Lover

Constance Adler M.A. ’99
Michigan State University Press, 2012

“Constance Adler plucks prophetic beauty from the rain clouds of the Bayou Saint John, rituals of vodou, and the deep layers of love found in the people around New Orleans. She is a masterful writer.”
—Jacqueline Sheehan, New York Times bestselling author of Lost & Found and Now & Then

Before She Dies

Before She Dies

Mary Burton ’83
Zebra Books, 2012

“The dialogue is crisp and intense, well synchronized with the novel’s dark, suspenseful tone.”
—Lea Franczak, USA Today

Waking Up Dead: An Endless Mountains Ghost Story

Waking Up Dead: An Endless Mountains Ghost Story

Regge Episale M.F.A. ’09
CreateSpace, 2012

Fishing on Father's Day

Fishing on Father’s Day

Elizabeth Francis ’00, M.A.T. ’08
AuthorHouse, 2012

The Assassination of Spiro Agnew

The Assassination of Spiro Agnew

Steven Janiszewski M.A. ’71
Los Mortales De Publicacion, 2012

The Falling Horse

The Falling Horse

Julia Johnson ’93
Factory Hollow Press, 2011

Balance

Balance

Robbi Nester ’75, M.A. ’76
White Violet Press, 2012

Iva Honeysuckle Discovers the World

Candice Ransom M.A. ’07
Hyperion Book CH, 2012

Rebel McKenzie

Rebel McKenzie

Candice Ransom M.A. ’07
Hyperion Book CH, 2012

The Final Appearance of America's Favorite Girl Next Door (Kindle edition)

The Final Appearance of America’s Favorite Girl Next Door (Kindle edition)

Stephen Stark M.A. ’84
Shelf Media Group, 2011

“Simultaneously a page-turner and an echoing chamber… like no novel you’ve read.”
—Laura Kasischke, author of Space, in Chains

Doodle Dog Enjoys the Day

Mialie T. Szymanski M.A.L.S. ’10
The Weekly Villager/Villager Printing, 2011

The Way

The Way

Kristen Wolf M.A. ’93
Crown Publishers, 2011

“This book took me on a journey back to the days of Jesus. I was surprised in more ways than I ever could have imagined. The Way is one of those rare novels that makes you think.”
—Javier Sierra, New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Supper

A Death at the White Camellia Orphanage

A Death at the White Camellia Orphanage

Marly Youmans ’75
Mercer University Press, 2012

“What Pip does with all his might-have-beens and what he does with what-just-is is lovely to behold. What Youmans does with only words is beautiful to see.”
—Linda McCullough Moore, Books and Culture

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