Twenty-seven award-winning short stories are included in this handsome anthology representing the first place fiction winner from each of the twenty-seven years of the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science. The stories give a diverse look at what it means to be a southerner. Complete with an introduction by Emma Richardson, the faculty advisor for Southern Voices magazine since it's inception, this work is a delightful collection of great writing from young Mississippi writers.
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About the Author
Anthony Thaxton is the publisher of this volume of work and is included as an author as well (for his 1990 short story, "Pawpaw and I Went Fishin'"). Thaxton is an award-winning television producer, fine artist (he painted the cover of this book), writer, and musician. He lives in Raymond, MS, with his wife and two children.