Collard County

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About the author:
Tamara J. Madison is an internationally traveled writer, poet, and performer currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work has been published in various literary journals, magazines, and anthologies including Poetry International, Tidal Basin Review, aaduna, and Black Magnolias.

She is the author of Collard County, A Collection of Short Stories, and Kentucky Curdled, a poetry and essay collection and poetry audiobook. Her album, Naked Voice, is Grand Prize Winner of the First Literary Recording Contest for Manzanita Quarterly and AUTHENTIC VOICEwork Records and is an Editor's Pick on independent music distributor, CD Baby.

She has performed for stage and television as a solo and collaborative artist. She also facilitates creative expressions workshops for youths and adults.

Tamara is the publisher and editor of TamTalk!!!, a weekly newsletter of creative inspiration and motivation for fellow artists, writers, and "just plain folk."

To contact her or for more samples of her work, blog, audio and video, visit her home on the web at www.tamarajmadison.com.

Collard County
 

A Collection of Short Stories

Authored by Tamara J. Madison

Collard County is a provocative and fun collection of short stories "where southern fried funk meets the poetic paranormal!"

Here you will meet Miss Placed who discovers that she is literally losing parts of herself, Luttie Belle May who finds a way to heal a mysterious sickness in her community, and Booker and Nadine, a passionate couple, dealing with the wicked consequences of infidelity.

These feisty characters battle challenges with wit, magic, and humor. Collard County is available in both paperback and Kindle editions.


Publication Date:
2013-08-15
ISBN/EAN13:
1492926078 / 9781492926078
Page Count:
64
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal




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