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Christmas Stories from Louisiana Hardcover – October 17, 2003


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"(The Editors) have skillfully selected stories that represent the various facets of Louisiana life.  Apart from being an enjoyable collection of individual stories, this book presents broader themes which investigate a region reinventing the meaning of a holiday. . ."  Melissa Anne Goslin, Arkansas Review.

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Fiction that ranges over the many moods and spirits of Yuletide in the Pelican State

Edited by Dorothy Dodge Robbins and Kenneth Robbins, with stories by Robert Olen Butler, Kelly Cherry, Kate Chopin, Debra Gray De Nous and O'Neil De Noux, Laura J. Dulaney, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Harnett T. Kane, James Knudsen, Patty Friedmann Muchmore, Solomon Northrup, Katherine Anne Porter, Kenneth Robbins, Lyle Saxon, Genaro Ky Ly Smith, Cheryl St. Germain, and Ruth McEnery Stuart. Illustrations by Francis X. Pavy.

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Kenneth Robbins, author of four published novels, twenty-one published plays, and numerous essays, stories, and memoirs, currently serves Louisiana Tech University as Director, School of the Performing Arts. Among his honors and recognitions are service to KCACTF as National Playwriting Chair, a member of the National Selection Team, and Playwriting Chair for Region V. In addition he is a former Fulbright appointee to Macedonia, a Malone Fellow to Saudi Arabia, a lecturer in Israel, the alumni of the Year, College of Education at Georgia Southern University, a juror for the Cairo International Festival of Experimental Theatre in Egypt, and an Artists Fellow in Japan. His novels have received the Toni Morrison Prize for Fiction and the Associated Writing Programs Novel Award. His dramas have been produced throughout the US, Canada, Great Britain, Denmark, Ireland, and Japan while receiving the Festival of Southern Theatre New Play Award, a Corporation for Public Broadcasting Program Award, and the Charles Getchell New Play Award offered through the Southeastern Theatre Conference. His plays have been produced at the Dallas Theater Center, Nashville Academy Theatre, Second Stage (Chicago), the Barter Theatre, and others. He has participated in development projects at the Project Arts Center, Dublin, the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, and New Dramatists in New York City. He is the recipient of two Kennedy Center Golden Medallions for service.

In addition to his novels, Robbins, with his wife, Dorothy Dodge Robbins, has edited four collections of literary works: Christmas Stories from Ohio, (Kent State University Press, 2010), Christmas Stories from Georgia (UP Mississippi, 2005), Christmas on the Great Plains (UP Iowa, 2004), Christmas Stories from Louisiana (UP Mississippi, 2003). His fictional titles include The City of Churches (NewSouth Books, Montgomery, AL, 2004), In the Shelter of the Fold (Dream Catcher Pub., 2002), The Baptism of Howie Cobb (USD Press, 1995) and Buttermilk Bottoms (UP Iowa, 1987).

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