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      SIGNS AND WONDERS by Roger Pinckney

Chronicles a rural community life that is threatened by modern-day intrusions and resort developments. The stories are filled with the sweet smells of the sea and the salt marsh, and with the sights of sunset skies and wide open spaces. Peopled with hunters and fishermen, family and friends, and fellow islanders with their own stories to tell, this book is a poignant rendering of the emotional, social, and physical geography of a very special place and the struggle to preserve it.
104 pages (April 1, 2004), ISBN: 0-94171-172-2, Hardcover: $19.95


 


RIGHT SIDE OF THE RIVER by Roger Pinckney


This rollicking chronicle of life on Daufuskie Island, one of the sea islands of coastal South Carolina, portrays a distinct culture shaped by the physical geography of place, the historic environment of the antebellum South, and the encroachment of modern golf resorts. Tender, bawdy, sacred, and profane, this poignant rendering of this unique island includes tales of voodooists, smugglers, poets, shrimpers, and Fortune 500 executives.

 124 pages (April 2002), ISBN:0-87844-195-6, Softcover $16.95

 


LITTLE GLORY by Roger Pinckney

The high-spirited, often humorous adventures of a boy growing up in World War II-era rural South Carolina are at the heart of this remarkable novel.. An array of fascinating characters whose dialogue is deeply influenced by the black Gullah culture of the Carolinas are introduced. They share modest lives and uncommon bonds amidst the great physical beauty of the Lowcountry. 193 pages (04/01/2003), ISBN: 0-94171-163-3, Hardcover: $22.95

 

 
 
 
   
 
 
 
   

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