- October Journey, poems by Margaret
Walker Alexander (Broadside Press).
- General Ike: Abeline to Berlin, by Stephen
E. Ambrose (Harper & Row).
- The Winner, by Borden
- Apostles of Light, by Ellen
- Flags in the Dust, a novel by William
Faulkner; edited by Douglas Day. Previously published in 1929
in a cut version as Sartoris (Random House).
- Nightwatchmen, a novel by Barry
- The Death of White Sociology, edited by Joyce
A. Ladner (Random House).
- The Last of the Southern Girls, a novel by Willie
- Forever Island, by Patrick
D. Smith (Norton).
- Flashbacks: A Twenty-Year Diary of Article Writing, by John
Alfred Williams (Doubleday).
- Small Craft Warnings, a play by Tennessee
Williams (Secker & Warburg).
Beth Henley's first play, Am I Blue, produced in Dallas at Southern Methodist University's Margo Jones Theatre.
Tennessee Williams's play Out Cry produced on Broadway.
Eudora Welty receives a Pulitzer Prize in fiction for The Optimist's Daughter.
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