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  • Maryby Janis Cooke Newman

    MP Publishing 2009; US$ 5.99

    An engrossing novel about Mary Todd Lincoln ? one of history?s most misunderstood and enigmatic women. Writing from Bellevue asylum ? where the shrieks of the other inmates keep her awake at night ? a famous widow can finally share the story of her life in her own words. From her tempestuous childhood in a slave-holding Southern family through the... more...

  • Choiceby Karen E. Bender

    MP Publishing 2007; US$ 4.99

    A moving collection of personal essays about the real, human experiences behind the highly politicized issue of reproductive choice. At a time when a woman?s most complex decisions have been reduced to political rhetoric and impersonal theory, and political debate has been hijacked by pundits and name-callers, Choice joins the discourse with an assortment... more...

  • The Alumni Grill 2by Tom Franklin

    MP Publishing 2005; US$ 5.99

    'The Alumni Grill' Anthology of Southern Writers has grown out of Sonny Brewer's Southern Writers Reading series in Fairhope, Alabama, and is the companion volume to Brewer's 'Stories from the Blue Moon Café', now in its fourth year. This year's Grill features twelve Blue Moon veterans and is an eclectic assortment of fiction, poetry, and essays. In... more...

  • The Alumni Grill 1by William Gay

    MP Publishing 2004; US$ 4.99

    As the popular 'Blue Moon Café' series moves into its third volume, 'The Alumni Grill' showcases award-winning veterans from the first two 'Blue Moon Café' collections, handpicked by editors William Gay and Suzanne Kingsbury. In this stunning anthology of Southern prose and poetry, beloved authors such as Tom Franklin, Suzanne Hudson, and Brad Watson... more...

  • The Friends of Meager Fortuneby David Adams Richards

    MP Publishing 2007; US$ 4.99

    A riveting story of love, envy, and betrayal set in the dying days of the lumber industry. It?s the mid-twentieth century and the Canadian lumber industry is dying. Only men who are strong in body and spirit, men like Will Jameson, can lead the expeditions to harvest timber in the perilous mountain landscape. But when Will dies in a tragic accident,... more...

  • The Lost Highwayby David Adams Richards

    MP Publishing 2008; US$ 4.99

    From the two-time winner of Canada?s prestigious Governor General?s Award, a suspenseful story of greed, betrayal, murder, and a lottery ticket that may or may not be worth millions. For twenty years, Alex Chapman ? a worn-out academic and failed priest ? has been at war with his great-uncle James, a man known in his small-town community as 'The Tyrant'.... more...

  • Letters to Montgomery Cliftby Noel Alumit

    MP Publishing 2002; US$ 4.99

    ?Praying is not enough ? better put it in writing!? Bong Bong Luwad is living with his selfish Auntie Yuna in L.A., far from his Philippine village, the Marcos regime, and his mother who helped him escape. Bong Bong spends his nights watching old movies on TV, while Auntie Yuna writes pleading letters to saints and dead relatives. One night on the... more...

  • Hells Half Acreby Will Christopher Baer

    MP Publishing 2004; US$ 6.99

    Kidnapping, snuff films, amputee geeks, and a requiem for lost love... Cast adrift after the blood symphony of Penny Dreadful, Phineas Poe is looking for answers in the form of a woman. He tracks Jude to San Francisco, where he finds her involved with John Ransom Miller, a wealthy sociopath with a mysterious hold over her. Jude is nursing her own revenge... more...

  • Penny Dreadfulby Will Christopher Baer

    MP Publishing 2004; US$ 5.99

    To play the 'Game of Tongues', you must first understand the caste system. Phineas Poe, antihero of 'Kiss Me, Judas', returns to Denver to find reality rewritten and the laws of reason fractured. When Poe is enlisted by his old ally, Detective Moon, to find a missing cop named Jimmy Sky, he is drawn into the 'Game of Tongues', a violent fantasy game... more...

  • Pelican Roadby Howard Bahr

    MP Publishing 2008; US$ 6.99

    It?s Christmas Eve, 1940. Along an isolated stretch of railway between Meridian, Mississippi, and New Orleans, Louisiana, two locomotives travel toward one another through the dark winter landscape. A.P. Dunn, engineer aboard the 4512 southbound freight, reminisces about the last trip he made through the snow. And though he can remember every detail... more...