“South, America,” by Rod Davis

Reviewed by Gerald Duff Acclaimed writer Rod Davis in his new novel provides a mystery, the first in what promises to be a series featuring a part-time writer, TV announcer, private investigator, Vietnam veteran, and world-weary survivor named Jack Prine. He lives in New Orleans, but not in the French Quarter. Instead he prefers a […]

Gerald Duff

Gerald Duff has published 16 books, including novels, collections of short stories and poems, memoirs, and critical studies¬†of literature. His most recent books are a novel, Dirty Rice: A Season in the Evangeline League, and a memoir, Fugitive Days. His work has appeared in the Kenyon Review, Southwest Review, Ploughshares,¬†Georgia Review, Missouri Review, Sewanee Review, […]

“Fugitive Days,” by Gerald Duff

Reviewed by David Madden Gerald Duff’s Fugitive Days is a wry contribution to the growing literature of writers’ encounters with writers. A side value is that writers reading about such encounters are reminded, as I am, of their own encounters with other, usually older, famous, or once much more famous than now, writers of fiction, […]