From the Contributor
A collection of short stories and humor columns by the author of the Rowena stories.
Ten previously unpublished short stories, with three print-only extras to the Rowena's Page web-serial. Stories include: "Mrs. Parsons' Sunday," facing a young widow's day of loss and confusion. "Rowena Gets Grilled," a typically Rowena job interview for a recent college graduate. And "Going All the Way," about trying to come of age, a little too soon. Plus fourteen humor columns done for the Southern Humorists writers' group and their e-zine, the Dixie Dispatch. Covering such topics as: Pet ownership, "Cat, I am trying to drive!" Gardening, "The fluorescent yellow mushrooms that sometimes appeared in my flowerpots? I don't know what they were or where they came from or what they would have done had we eaten them, and I don't want to know. And that goes double for the fluorescent purple ones." And life as seen through a small town newspaper, "High summer in Louden Flat means just one thing: Catnip!"