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Select the links below to view web pages devoted to your favorite Georgia Authors.These pages are not maintained by us, and therefore you will have to use your BACK button to return to this site.
Be sure to let the operators know if you enjoy their sites. Maintaining a page is a bit of work, and most of these guys are motivated only by a desire to share with YOU something they have enjoyed.

Conrad Aiken Conrad Aiken

Poet and novelist, born in Savannah, Gerorgia,. Conrad Aiken studied at Harvard, and made his name with his first collection of verse, Earth Triumphant (1914). His Selected Poems was awarded the 1930 Pulitzer Prize. He also wrote short stories and novels, including the autobiographical novel Ushant (1952).

Joyce Knight Blackburn Joyce Knight Blackburn

A long time resident of St. Simons Island, GA this author wrote the Suki series, Phoebe's Secret Diary, and many other historical novels for children and young readers.

Erskine Caldwell Erskine Caldwell

Born in 1903 in the White Oak community in Coweta County, southwest of Atlanta, GA, this author wrote many popular novels including Tobacco Road, God's Little Acre and You Have Seen Their Faces.
Drew Fletcher's Erskine Caldwell site
Erskine Caldwell Birthplace & Museum
Augusta Chronicle Article

Beverly Connor Beverly Connor

A resident of Oglethorpe County, Georgia this Archaeologist/Mystery writer authored A Rumour of Bones, Questionable Remains and Dressed to Die.

Pat Conroy Pat Conroy

This contemporary author born in Atlanta, Ga. wrote The Prince of Tides, Beach Music, and The Great Santini.
Another Photograph
Another Pat Conroy Bio

Harry Crews in Gainesville, Florida. Photo  1979 Tom Graves Harry Crews

Born in Bacon County, Georgia this southern author is responsible for such works as The Gospel Singer, A Feast of Snakes, All We Need of Hell, and The Mulching of America: a novel
Another Crews site

Nora DeLoach Nora Deloach

Resident of Decatur, GA, this the contemporary author writes the delightful "MAMA" mysteries -- Mama Solves a Murder, Mama Traps a Killer, Mama Saves a Victim, and Mama Stalks the Past

Joel Chandler Harris Joel Chandler Harris

(1848-1908), American writer, famous as the creator of the "Uncle Remus" tales. Harris was born in Eatonton, Georgia.

Another Joel Chandler Harris site

Teri Holbrook Teri Holbrook

Teri Holbrook, Atlanta native, Journalist, and Mystery Writer has written two crime novels -- A Far and Deadly Cry and The Grass Widow.

Judy and Takis Iakovou Judy and Takis Iakovou

Authors Judy and Takis Iakovou, current longtime residents of Athens, Georgia are the creators of the Nick and Julia Lambros Mysteries -- Go Close Against The Enemy and So Dear To Wicked Men.

Sidney Lanier Sidney Clopton Lanier

Sidney Clopton Lanier was born February 3, 1842, in Macon, Georgia. Poet Laureate of the Confederacy, he wrote "The Marshes of Glynn" and the novel Tiger-Lilies.
Another Sidney Lanier site

Virginia Lanier Virginia Lanier

Virginia Rudd Lanier was born in Madison County, Florida, and is currently a resident of Southeast Georgia. She has written, Death In Bloodhound Red and The House On Bloodhound Lane, among others.

Carson McCullers Carson McCullers

Born in Columbus, Georgia this southern author has enriched us with such works as The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, The Member of the Wedding, Reflections In A Golden Eye, and The Ballad of the Sad Cafe'
Another Carson McCullers Site
Another Carson McCullers Site
Another Carson McCullers Site

Caroline Miller Caroline Miller

Born in Waycross, Georgia this southern author won the Pulitzer prize in 1934 for Lamb in His Bosom.

Margaret Mitchell Margaret Mitchell

The author of the best-selling novel of all time, Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell, was born Nov. 8, 1900 in Atlanta.

Another Margaret Mitchell site

Flannery O'Conner Flannery O'Conner

Famous for her short stories, also wrote the novel Wiseblood. O'Conner was born in Savannah, Georgia.

Another Flannery O'Conner site

Eugenia Price Eugenia Price

A long time resident of St. Simons Island, GA this author wrote Savannah, Stranger in Savannah, and many other novels and nonfiction works.

Another page at the same site

Anne Rivers Siddons Anne Rivers Siddons

Born in Fairburn, Georgia, this author has written many novels, Peachtree Road, Fault Lines, and her latest Low Country. She lives with her husband, Heyward, and divides her time between Atlanta and Maine.
An interview with Anne Rivers Siddons

Alice Walker Alice Walker

African-American novelist and poet; born in Eatonton, Ga. wrote In Love & Trouble and The Color Purple.

Fred Willard Fred Willard

This photojournalist turned novelist has written a mystery set in the grittier side of downtown Atlanta, Down On Ponce.

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Some of our favorite sites

An excellent MIDI site maintained by Tom Kelly--who sequenced "Sunset" (our Sidney Lanier/Horace Clark composition) from the sheet music. Thanks Tom!

Covering the South like Kudzu. Southern Authors past and present.

Deanna Ramsay, Bookseller
Not just another bookseller. This site is loaded with excellent information and interesting facts about books, book care, and collecting.

Dartmouth College - A Simple Guide to Book Repair
A great reference for book repair, and the tools of the trade.

Georgia Writers, Inc.
An organization dedicated to connecting Georgia's writers with the public and one another.

Authors and Books
A Site with information about authors and the books they write. Good Reference for Pseudonyms, fee for bibliograpies

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