Burning the Furniture
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Burning the Furniture

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Burning the Furniture, Dan Smith's third book, is an off-beat creative memoir of growing up in the Old South in a large family amid poverty, alcoholism, racism and the very real joys of being a boy at a time when "creative play" was an activity and not a psychologist's directive. It is a story of the newspaper business at a time of great change in a country that was occasi...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Authorhouse
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Dan Smith is a long-time, award-winning journalist in Roanoke, Va., and a member of the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame. He is an author, radio essayist, community activist, liberal voice, father of two and grandfather of two. Co-founder and former co-owner/editor of Valley Business FRONT magazine.
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