RE: RARA-AVIS: Southern Gothic

From: Robison Michael R CNIN (
Date: 27 Feb 2003

Bill Crider wrote: How about George Washington Cable's OLD CREOLE DAYS? Interestingly enough, considering that this is a hardboiled list, there's a play based on the book's stories posted on-line at the New Black Mask site:
******** Thanks, Bill. I've never heard of Cable. And Ed mentioning McCullers and Capote was an eye-opener, too, as far as continuing the Southern Gothic tradition. That makes me think of a collection of Tennessee Williams short stories that I read a long time ago. I can't recall if they were Southern or not.

Thanks again, miker

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