About the Book
The fourth and final book in a series of short stories about Jessie Mae, a little girl born and reared in Georgia in the late 40's and early 50's. The stories are fictional but based on fact, and tell us about a child in the segregated south, her emotions and her heart as she works out confusing and unfair situations with a wisdom far beyond her years.
Prose and poetry have appeared in the following and other magazines and literary journals. South Carolina Writers Workshop anthologies and newsletter, Rockford Review, Aiken County and Savannah Magazines, Timelapse, Anderie Press, WordSmith, Big Easy Sonnet, Writers Exchange, Poet’s Page, California Quarterly, Flights of Fancy, Poetic Page Opus, Potato Eyes, Green River Writers, PoetWorks Press, Poetry Motel. Publication of a chapbook The Wind Will Pass, which was a compilation of previously published prose and poetry.