This class session we will cover four shorter novels from lesser-known, but high quality Southern authors. Fred Chappell’s I Am One of You Forever, Josephine Humphries’s Rich in Love, Larry Brown’s Dirty Work, and Terry Kay’s To Dance with the White Dog are easy reads and cover a wide range of human experience, from growing up to dealing with loss and death. While it may be that none of these works reach or aspire to the level of the (mythical) Great American Novel, each helps us not only see but also feel life from a different perspective, which is the essence of good literature. Our time together will allow for spirited and fun discussions on storytelling, humor, and poignancy, among other topics. Come join! Come see!