Good Ole Fashioned Southern Deals

A couple of fine Southern writers sealed up new publishing deals recently. One of my favorites, William Gay, author of I Hate To See That Evening Sun Go Down: Collected Stories Provinces of Night, and The Long Home, sold a new work entitled Twilight to MacAdam/Cage.

North Carolina’s Clyde Edgerton sold a book entitled The Bible Salesman to Little, Brown as part of a two-book deal. Liz Darhansoff (who has represented some damned fine Southern writers among others) at Darhansoff, Verrill, Feldman brokered the deal.

Congratulations, gentlemen.

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