Category Archives: McCorkle, Jill

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], … Continue reading

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New Southerners Part 6

Jill McCorkle reads from and talks about her books, including her novel July 7th and her collection of stories, Crash Diet. 708 – New Southerners Part 6

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Writing Women

Amy Hempel discusses her collection of stories, At the Gates of the Wild Kingdom (Penguin Books). Jill McCorkle discusses her collection of stories, Crash Diet (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill). 640 – Writing Women

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Southerners; Commentary for non-Southerners

Clyde Edgerton and Jill McCorkle discuss fiction in the modern South. Ms. McCorkle’s most recent book is Tending to Virginia (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill). Mr. Edgerton’s most recent novel is The Floatplane Notebooks (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill).; John … Continue reading

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