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"Brighter than a digital print-out, 100% Pure Florida Fiction provides a full-featured map of Florida’s imaginative landscape at the stark turning of the millennial moment--with visions and aftershocks that linger in the mind long after reading."--Joe David Bellamy, former publisher and editor, Fiction International


From "Migration of the Love Bugs" by Jill McCorkle:

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Paperback, 232 pages
Published April 19th 2000 by University Press of Florida
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Barbara Nutting
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Being a Floridaphile I really got a kick out of this book. These 21 short stories covered it all - heat and humidity, hurricanes, palmetto bugs aka cockroaches, alligators, the Venice Pier, love bugs, “tin cans”, the Atlantic, the Gulf and the Keys. What more could you ask for? ☀️🌈🏝⛱

PS - something I forgot - the couple seeing the Whooping Cranes in Florida were one in a million - there are only 14 left. As an avid birdwatcher I questioned this because I never seen one, let alone a pair (even if
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