A story that traces the bonds between four generations of resourceful Southern women through stories passed from one generation to another.
- Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
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Meet the Author
Kaye Gibbons was born in Nash County, North Carolina and attended Rocky Mount Senior High School, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her first novel, Ellen Foster, was awarded the Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction of the American Academy and Institute of the Arts and Letters and a special citation from the Ernest Hemingway Foundation. She has been the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and was recently awarded the PEN/Revson Fellowship for A Cure for Dreams. She is writer-in-residence at the Library of North Carolina State University. She and her husband, Michael, and their three daughters Mary, Leslie and Louise, live in Raleigh.
- Raleigh, North Carolina, and New York, New York
- Date of Birth:
- May 5, 1960
- Place of Birth:
- Nash County, North Carolina
- Attended North Carolina State University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978-1983
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This is the last of this author's work so far and I am waiting for more. The storytelling must go on. All of Ms Gibbons books have been delightful. I read them straight through.
Although this was not the best book by Gibbons, it is great. I love the short chapters and the unique form of writing. I could read her books for the rest of my life! Highly recommended.