"One reads Barry Hannah and is amazed! Airships places him in the very first rank of American literary artists, and leaves us breathless with the force of its feeling." --James Dickey
When Airships was published, it introduced readers to a literary New South--a region that grappled fiercely with the legacy of the Civil War and a present-day cauldron of friendship and violence, drinking and fishing, sex, love, and a virtuosic devotion to storytelling. It is now recognized by writers and readers everywhere as one of the most important and influential works of short ficiton and Southern writing in recent years.
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March 05, 1994
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