"There's nothing very different about Southerners. . .except for the way they think, act, and feel." Southerners can be perplexing to outsiders and amusing to themselves. North Carolina native Mary Norton Kratt deftly and simply delights the reader with images of the Southern state of mind and being. A warm and whimsical book that will be bought and enjoyed on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line.
About the Author
Mary Norton Kratt was born in West Virginia. A graduate of Agnes Scott College, Kratt has been published in numerous newspapers, magazines and literary journals, including Southern Review, Southern Poetry Review, South Carolina Review and the International Poetry Review.
Bill Drath was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and served in the Army during World War II (earning a Bronze Star) and the Korean War, retiring in 1966 as a lieutenant colonel. The illustrator of several books, he passed away in 1991.