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Talking Writing: Robert Gwaltney & “The Cicada Tree,” Part I

Robert Gwaltney
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Robert Gwaltney

Richard Winham shares the first part of his conversation with Robert Gwaltney, vice president of Easter Seals North Georgia - an author of the debut novel “The Cicada Tree,” set in a small Mississippi town in the 1950’s.

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