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All In The Family
Remembering the Delta with Ellen Douglas. [09-21-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Strangers On A Train
Geoff Ryman's online novel "253" goes off-line and undercover. [08-31-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Truth & Consequences
A new memoir by Christopher Dickey tells of life with his father, James Dickey: poet, husband, father, son, horror show. [08-10-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Zarafamania
"Zarafe" tells the true story of the giraffe that sparked a craze in eighteenth century Paris. [08-03-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

How Bizarre
Strange worlds: a trio of books that contain fact, fiction, and who knows what. [07-13-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Book
A review of Mark Childress's "Good for Gone". [07-06-98]
MEMPHIS FLYER

A Special Delivery
"The Perfect 36" details how Tennessee brought women's suffrage into the mainstream. [06-29-98]
— Jackson Baker, MEMPHIS FLYER

Growing Pains
Roy Blount Jr.'s mother loved him to pieces. His problem is putting them back together. [06-22-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

"Housekeeper[s], Maniac"
Two hundred years later and a woman's work is still never done. A survey of books on housework. [06-15-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Summer Pickings
A grab bag of new books and some familiar titles new in paperback. [06-08-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

In the Swing
A new book documents the revival of '30s and '40s pop culture. [06-01-98]
— John Floyd, MEMPHIS FLYER

Beale Street Talks, Again
A new book recounts the history of "Negro America's Main Street." [05-26-98]
— Mark Jordan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Good-Neighbor Policy
Charles Turner's "Sometimes It Causes Me to Tremble" features trouble in the River City and its Christ-haunted landscape. [05-11-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Side Effects
Drugs intended to cure us can sometimes kill; the Civil War's enduring hold on the South. [03-30-98]
— Debbie Gilbert and John Branston, MEMPHIS FLYER

The Devils of "The Deep Green Sea"
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Olen Butler discusses Vietnam, his new novel, and the nature of fiction. [03-02-98]
— James Busbee, MEMPHIS FLYER

Tales of Two Cities
Reviews of books on love, life, and the invention of the Ferris Wheel. [02-09-98]
— Lisa C. Hickman, Leonard Gill and Susan Ellis, MEMPHIS FLYER

Tracking the Races
NcPherson ponders an ethnically divided America; Plattner watches the ponies run. [02-02-98]
— Leonard Gill and James Busbee, MEMPHIS FLYER

From Classroom to Book
Memphis schoolchildren write to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [01-26-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Being There
The art of the deal according to "Fair & Square," a new book by Memphis mogul John Tigrett. [01-12-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

Other Voices...
If Truman Capote hadn't been cremated, he'd be turning in his grave. [01-05-98]
— Leonard Gill, MEMPHIS FLYER

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