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A Double Batch Of New Books By Author George Singleton

George Singleton
George Singleton
George Singleton

George Singleton is a storyteller from the South and of the South whose stories reach beyond this place we call home.

This fall, there’s a bumper crop from the writer in Spartanburg, South Carolina: “The Curious Lives of Nonprofit Martyrs,” a collection of short fiction, published by Dzanc Books - and “Asides,” a collection of essays, published by EastOver Press and out on November 7th.

“The Curious Lives of Nonprofit Martyrs” cover.
Dzanc Books
“Asides” cover.
EastOver Press

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