Potato Tree

Potato Tree

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Provides forty-one short stories by James Sallis, and with his poetic language, vivid imagination, and emotions, he shares such tales as "How's Death?," "Men's Club," "Jane Crying," and "Potato Tree."

Small Pr Distribution
Best-known for his Lew Griffin mystery series, his authoritative biography of Chester Himes, and myriad other writings over the past 40 years, James Sallis' Potato Tree is a series of dramatic and surrealistic short stories. Vivid imagery and heart wrenching emotions seep into Sallis' complex characters throughout the 41 stories in this unique and vibrant collection.
Master storyteller James Sallis brings fantasy and reality together in these stunning 41 stories.

SCB Distributors
Fiction. Short Stores. POTATO TREES's 41 stories, with their vivid imagery, poetic language and heart-wrenching emotions, are Sallis at his edgiest, most indefinable best. James Sallis is best-known for his six-volume Lew Griffin cycle, his authoritative biography of Chester Himes, the novel DRIVE which the New York Times called "a perfect noir novel", and for his criticism of literary, foreign-language and genre writing.

Publisher: Austin, TX : Host Publications, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780924047404
Characteristics: iii, 180 p. ; 22 cm


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