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The Judge: The Life and Opinions of Alabama's Frank M. Johnson, Jr.

by Frank Sikora

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., led the black drive for civil rights, but the changes he sought came largely in legal opinions issues by federal judges. Foremost of these was Frank Minis Johnson, Jr., of Montgomery,...


The Affair

by Hans Koning

The Affair, Koning's first novel, is the debut title in the NewSouth reprint series of his work. The book traces a young student's increasingly obsessive involvement with his partner who sees their relationship...


What Kind of War Was It, Anyhow?

by Nancy Ekberg

In the summer of 1862, Jeremy, a Southern boy, becomes aware that a war is going on. But what kind of war was it? He begins his investigation by asking the people around him. His father explains to him that...


The McGillivray and McIntosh Traders: On the Old Southwest Frontier, 1716-1815

by Amos Wright

In this volume, Amos J. Wright Jr. compiles and presents the source materials relating to the lives and careers of Laughlin McGillivray and Alexander McGillivray. The volume represents tweny years of meticulous...


Tallapoosa

by Larry Williamson

Two brothers from Virginia migrate to new lands in the Mississippi territory (present-day Alabama) in the early 1800s. There they take brides, one an Indian woman and the other the daughter of another settler,...


Coming of Age in Utopia: The Odyssey of an Idea

by Paul M. Gaston

In this exquisitely wrought memoir of a committed life, historian and civil rights activist Paul Gaston reveals his deep roots in the unique Alabama town founded in 1894 by his grandfather and later led by his...


The United States of Mestizo

by Ilan Stavans

The United States of Mestizo is a powerful manifesto attesting to the fundamental changes the nation has undergone in the last half-century. Writer Ilan Stavans meditates on how the cross-fertilizing process...


An Accidental Memoir: How I Killed Someone and Other Stories

by Wendy Reed

On a rainy Tuesday morning in 1996, Wendy Reed's car hydroplaned, crossed an interstate median, and crashed into an oncoming car, whose driver was killed. Though Reed and her son were unharmed and Reed initially...


Bus Ride to Justice (Revised Edition): Changing the System by the System, the Life and Works of Fred Gray

by Fred D. Gray

First published in 1995, Bus Ride to Justice, the best-selling autobiography by acclaimed civil rights attorney Fred D. Gray, appears now in a newly revised edition that updates Gray's remarkable career of "destroying...


Sports Rehabilitation and the Human Spirit: How the Landmark Program at the Lakeshore Foundation Rebuilds Bodies and Restores Lives

by Anita Smith, Randall Williams & Michael Stephens

Sports Rehabilitation and the Human Spirit tells the intersecting story of a man, Michael E. Stephens, and an organization, the Lakeshore Foundation of Birmingham, Alabama, whose campus is world-renowned for...


A Walk with Love and Death

by Hans Koning

During the plague year of 1358, Heron, a French student, decides to walk to the sea and then to seek passage to England. His journey symbolizes freedom, as he turns his back on both the ruling oligarchy and...


The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: An Insiders' Account of the Shocking Medical Experiment Conducted by Government Doctors Against African American Men

by Fred D. Gray

In 1932, the U.S. Public Health Service recruited 623 African American men from Macon County, Alabama, for a study of "the effects of untreated syphilis in the Negro male." For the next 40 years - even after...


The Poetry of Faith: Sermons Preached in a Southern Church

by Stephen Dill & Frye Gaillard

The ministry of the Rev. Stephen F. Dill was forged in the turbulent civil rights years when he stood for social justice and spoke against racial segregation. In this collection of sermons - many from his 20...


Fugitive Days

by Gerald Duff

The 1920s literary magazine The Fugitive transformed Vanderbilt University into the home of New Criticism, spearheaded by a group of young poets. In Fugitive Days, author and professor Gerald Duff recalls meeting...


They Had No Voice: My Fight for Alabama's Forgotten Children

by Douglas Kalajian, Denny Abbott & John Walsh

Denny Abbott first encountered the Alabama Industrial School for Negro Children at Mt. Meigs as a twenty-one-year-old probation officer for the Montgomery County Family Court. He would became so concerned about...


Charles Darwin: A Celebration of His Life and Legacy

by James Bradley, Richard Dawkins & Jay Lamar

Charles Darwin (1809-82) changed the world forever with the 1859 publication of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. Charles Darwin: A Celebration of His Life and Legacy is an anthology of...


Turbo's Very Life and Other Stories

by Carroll Dale Short

In the eighteen stories in this retrospective of his best short fiction, Dale Short shows why he is one of the best prose stylists of his generation and why he deserves a break-out success. Short's writing has...


In Love with Defeat: The Making of a Southern Liberal

by H. Brandt Ayers

Journalist and publisher Brandt Ayers's journey takes him from the segregated Old South to covering the central scenes of the civil rights struggle, and finally to editorship of his family's hometown newspaper,...


The 2013 BCS National Championship: A Reflection on America's Moral Equivalent of War, Occasioned by the Latest Meeting on the Gridiron of the Crimson

by H. Brandt Ayers

College football is a cultural dynamo, the sport that like no other taps into Americans' martial spirit and evokes the fervor of religious faith. Further, it has been a fulcrum of social change; its schemes...


I Left My Heart in Shanghi, Alabama

by Carroll Dale Short

After Dale Short moved away (reluctantly) from his hometown of Shanghi [sic] in Walker County, Alabama, he wrote home every week -- by means of a newspaper column in The Daily Mountain Eagle, where he held his...