- This Is My Century: New and Collected Poems, by Margaret
Walker Alexander (University of Georgia Press).
- Nixon: The Triumph of a Politician, 1962-1972, by Stephen
E. Ambrose (Simon & Schuster).
- Life After Mississippi, poems by James
A. Autry (Yoknapatawpha Press).
- Natural Selection, a novel by Frederick
- The Watch, stories by Rick
- Oil Notes, nonfiction by Rick
Bass (Houghton Mifflin).
- Dirty Work, a novel by Larry
- Chester & Chun Ling, by Will
D. Campbell (Abingdon Press).
- Stallion Road, a screenplay by William
Faulkner, edited by Robert
W. Hamblin and Louis Daniel Brodsky (University Press of Mississippi).
- Light Can Be Both Wave and Particle: A Book of Stories, by Ellen
Gilchrist (Little, Brown).
- A Time to Kill, fiction by John
Grisham (Wynwood Press).
- Phantom Filly, by Caroline Burnes (Carolyn
- The Brodsky Faulkner Collection, 1959-1989: The Collector's 101 Favorites,
by Robert W. Hamblin
and Louis Daniel Brodsky (Center for Faulkner Studies).
- Boomerang, a novel by Barry
Hannah (Houghton Mifflin/Seymour Lawrence).
Russia: People and Places, by Jay
- Homecomings, essays by Willie
Morris; art by William Dunlap (University Press of Mississippi).
- To Come Up Grinning: A Tribute to George P. Garrett, edited by Paul
Ruffin and Stuart Wright (Texas Review)
- Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored, by Clifton
L. Taulbert (Council Oak Books).
- Photographs, by Eudora
Welty (University Press of Mississippi).
- Encyclopedia of Southern Culture,
edited by Charles Reagan
Wilson and William
Ferris (University of North Carolina Press).
Beth Henley's play Crimes of the Heart produced in New Orleans at the Southern Repertory Theater.
Beth Henley's play Abundance first produced in Costa Mesa, California, at South Coast Repertory.
Premiere of Miss Firecracker, directed by Thomas Schlamme, screenplay by Beth Henley based on her play The Miss Firecracker Contest.
Television broadcast premiere of Sweet Bird of Youth, based on the play by Tennessee Williams.
Richard Ford receives a literary award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters and the Literary Lion Award from the New York Public library.
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