North Carolina Literary Review, Number 5 (1996). Kathryn Stripling Byer, Fred Chappell, Jake Grant, MariJo Moore, Robert Morgan, For I will consider my Cat
Soft Cover, Greenville, NC: East Carolina University English Department & North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, 1996. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Square, sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wrappers have light shelf wear. ; Contents: Moore, Cherokee rebirth. Makuck, Two poems by Charles Baudelaire. Douglass, "Time and the smell of the earth": Seamus Heaney returns to the land of Henry Pearson. Chappell, Peter Taylor: the genial mentor. Byer, Blood Mountain, seven poems for Fred Chappell. Ammons, Flat Rock. Harmon, The 1995 Tryon Festival and a conversation with Martin Gardner. Williams, The true, only, and most secret entrance to hog heaven. Max, Richard Halliburton and Thoams Wolfe: when youth kept open house. Pollock, Inglis Fletcher's African adventure: "good journeyings way. Moore, Seven haiku. Collins, The story of a campaign that failed: a narrative to accompany "Shelling of Ft. Anderson, March 14th, 1863, composed by Dr. Sutherland." Grant, Smoke, hog-wild hauling. For I will consider my cat: Carolina cats and their writers (contributions by various authors). ; 10" (25.4 cm) tall; 264 pages.