Thursday, December 17, 2009

Spring catalog and newsletter now available online

Can't wait for (or don't need) the print catalog? Check out our spring list online.

Highlights include:
FROM MUD TO JUG - "no one better understands Southern folk pottery than John Burrison”

SERIOUSLY FUNNY, an anthology compiled by Barbara Hamby and David Kirby to examine the incisive tool of humor in the best contemporary American poetry

The rapid evolution of CHARLOTTE, NC as seen from many angles, from transit to NASCAR

Biographies of writer and activist John Oliver Killens and songwriter Johnny Mercer

CORNBREAD NATION 5, tasty Southern food writing, from Sazeracs to hot chicken

While you're digitally browsing, check out our latest newsletter, featuring interviews with LeeAnn Lands (THE CULTURE OF PROPERTY) and Camille Dungy (BLACK NATURE) as well as background on the Gullah-Geechee culture that is the subject of our forthcoming AFRICAN AMERICAN LIFE IN THE GEORGIA LOWCOUNTRY.

Finally, if you're so inclined, take a look at our latest subject catalog (scroll down the page), featuring new and recent titles in history.