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The Calaboose epistles
R. T. Smith
|Statement||R. T. Smith.|
|LC Classifications||PS3569.M537914 C35 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2009029929|
All of the stories in this book are locally based, set in Southwest Virginia. “All the stories in The Calaboose Epistles are about people in jail, people just out of jail or people who certainly ought to be locked up,” Smith said. His books of fiction are “Faith,” “Uke Rivers Delivers,” “The Calaboose Epistles” and “Sherburne.” He has edited “Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review” since and was named writer-in-residence at W&L in , where he .
Poet R.T. (Rod) Smith was born in Washington, DC, and grew up in Georgia and North Carolina. He earned a BA in philosophy from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and an MA in English from Appalachian State University. His collections of poetry include From the High Dive (), The Cardinal Heart (), Hunter-Gatherer (), Trespasser: Poems (), Split the Lark: Selected Poems. Smith has written four other collections of stories, “Sherburne,” “Faith,” “Uke Rivers Delivers” and “Calaboose Epistles.” He is the author of over 14 poetry collections, including “The Red Wolf: A Dream of Flannery O’Connor,” “Outlaw Style: Poems,” “The Hollow Log Lounge,” “Brightwood” and “Messenger.”.
Rod Smith, editor of Shenandoah, published The Calaboose Epistles (Iris Press). Set in the southern Appalachians, Smith’s third collection of stories details the patterns of the human struggle. The latest of his many books are Outlaw Style: Poems (University of Arkansas Press, ) and a collection of stories, The Calaboose Epistles (Iris Press, ). His work has been reprinted in such notable anthologies as Best American Poetry, Best American Short Stories, and the Pushcart Prize.
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R 5/5(1). The Calaboose Epistlesconfirms that Smith is not just one of the South’s strongest and most compelling voices, but one of America’s. —Bret Anthony Johnston. Part bluegrass symphony, part speaking in tongues, The Calaboose Epistles is the most beautifully sung story collection I have read in years.
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We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $. The Iris Publishing Group Online. Search Books and Authors. Menu. Smith’s earlier volumes of stories are “Sherburne, ” “Chinquapins,” “Faith,” “The Calaboose Epistles” and “Uke Rivers Delivers.” His work .His third collection of stories, The Calaboose Epistles, is forthcoming from Iris Press inand he is working on a book-length series of poems about Flannery O’Connor entitled The Red Wolf.
Smith edits Shenandoah and teaches writing and literature at Washington and Lee University.