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The Best of Memphis Anthology 2003 is a brilliant collection of short stories and poetry about the internationally famous Memphis, TN. These literary works showcase its wild, colorful, rich and dangerous history. There is something here for everyone, whether your taste runs to literary fiction, poetry, or dark fantasy.
Paperback, 228 pages
Published March 3rd 2004 by Kerlak Enterprises
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Lori
Oct 04, 2008 Lori rated it liked it
This collection is a nice sampling of writing from folks who have or had ties to Memphis, TN. Even though I have a short story in the collection, "Theft" (smile), my favorite work in the anthology is a short story by FeLicia Elam, entitled "Silas Brown's Funeral."
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