Catherwood and Quee

Jill McCorkle reads from and discusses her novel Carolina Moon, which “recounts the adventures of Queen Mary Stutts Purdy–Quee, to her friends–and her god-daughter Denise.  It combines love story, murder mystery, and self-help satire.” [Wayne Pond]

In the second interview [15:00], novelist Marly Youmans reads from and discusses Catherwood, “a compelling story of a mother and daughter lost in the beautiful but dangerous American wilderness in the year 1676.  Publishers Weekly calls Catherwood ‘subtle but magnetic…a historical romance (with time and place authentically and indelibly rendered) and a study of motherhood’s most primitive impulses.'” [Wayne Pond]

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