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xiv, 300 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm
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Originally published: Works
"A Lowcountry Heart: Reflections on a Writing Life by Pat Conroy is a new nonfiction collection of letters, interviews, and magazine articles spanning Conroy's long literary career, supplemented by touching pieces from the beloved author's many friends. A Lowcountry Heart collects some of Conroy's most charming pieces of short nonfiction, many of them addressed directly to his readers with his habitual greeting, "Hey, Out There." Ranging across diverse subjects such as favorite recent reads, the challenge of getting motivated to exercise, and processing the loss of dearly missed friends, Conroy's lighthearted and eminently memorable pieces offer a unique window into the life of a true titan of Southern writing. In addition, A Lowcountry Heart also includes some of Conroy's most beloved speeches and interviews, a touching letter to his grandson, and a beautiful introduction from his widow, the novelist Cassandra King. Finally, the collection turns to remembrances of The Great Conroy, as he is lovingly titled by friends, including his eulogy. This moving tribute is sure to be a cherished keepsake for any true Conroy fan, and a lasting monument to one of the best-loved writers of contemporary American letters"-- Provided by publisher.
Conroy, Pat. First letter.
Conroy, Pat. Surprises on the road.
Conroy, Pat. Fire sermon.
Conroy, Pat. On the future of books.
Conroy, Pat. My spooky life.
Conroy, Pat. My blogging life.
Conroy, Pat. Boo's lambs gather in Charleston.
Conroy, Pat. Hitch 22.
Conroy, Pat. Night the band played the "Tennessee waltz."
Conroy, Pat. Man who inspired My losing season left us too soon.