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Watch Allan Gurganus talk about his life and work:

Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All: A Novel

$18.95


Allan Gurganus circa 1991 (photo, Robert Birnbaum)

Featuring Jane Holding, Burr Johnson, and Allan Gurganus
Directed by Jim Haverkamp and Ellen Hemphill
Cinematography by Alex Maness
Score by Allison Leyton-Brown
Production Design by Jan Chambers

Robert Weil, editor-in-chief and publishing director of Norton’s Liveright & Co. imprint, has acquired two new works by novelist Allan Gurganus, author of the acclaimed and bestselling 1989 novel, . The acquisition includes , three dark and comic novellas set in the fictional town of Falls, North Carolina, to be published in fall 2013, and , a collection of new and older stories set for publication in 2015.

‘Local Souls’ by Allan Gurganus. 352 pp. Liveright. $26.

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Allan Gurganus
Tous les voyages commencent chez soi.

WordTheatre: "Allan Gurganus and the Angels"

Allan Gurganus’s debut novel, , became an instant classic when it was published in 1989. In his long-awaited follow-up, , Gurganus returns to Falls, NC, to present three novellas about the new South. He talks to Noah Charney about using different handwriting for his manuscripts, why he doesn’t outline, and how he made his father proud.

Allan Gurganus’s debut novel, , became an instant classic when it was published in 1989. In his long-awaited follow-up, , Gurganus returns to Falls, NC, to present three novellas about the new South. He talks to Noah Charney about using different handwriting for his manuscripts, why he doesn’t outline, and how he made his father proud.