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Southern Comfort

In this collection of linked poems, Andrews describes a childhood during the Vietnam War era on a farm in a divided household with a southern father and northern mother. The memories and trials of childhood come from a fabled place where whiskey and story were shared by children, and superstitions and mythmaking were a way of life.

84 pages | 6 x 9 1/4

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Table of Contents

GILLS • Powerful Magic • Cleanliness is next to godliness • Indian Summer • Being Mean • Big Foot • Bathing in Your Brother’s Bathwater • Southern Accent • The Day Grandma Saw God • In Grandma’s Bathroom • Snow White • Gills • Bzzzz • What the Dead See •

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