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Jill McCorkle
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Downhome: An Anthology of Southern Women Writers (1995), edited by Susie Mee, is a collection of fiction, spanning many decades, from powerful voices of women in the South such as Lee Smith, Zora Neale Hurston, Eudora Welty, Katherine Anne Porter, and Flannery O'Connor.

July 7th (1984), one of McCorkle's first two novels, tells with humor and action the tale of an unsolved murder at a small town convenience store.

The Cheer Leader (1984), one of McCorkle's first two published novels, tells the story of Jo Spencer, a young woman who is perfect and accomplished in every way until one year in college when her life spirals out of control.

Alice Hoffman's Practical Magic (1995) is a novel about the Owens sisters, who are raised by their aunts who practice magic. As adults, the sisters both escape this strange life, but eventually they are drawn...

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