- Band of Brothers: E Company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne, from Normandy
to Hitler's Eagle's Nest, by Stephen
E. Ambrose (Simon & Schuster).
- The Ninemile Wolves, nonfiction by Rick
Bass (Clark City Press).
- Providence, by Will
D. Campbell (Longstreet Press).
- Stories from Home, by Jerry
Clower; foreword by Willie
Morris (University Press of Mississippi).
- Lakeshore Drive, a novel by Patrick Creevy (Tor Books).
- Thinking of Home: William Faulkner's Letters to His Mother and Father,
1918-1925, by William
Faulkner, edited by James G. Watson (Norton).
- The Granta Book of the American Short Story, edited by Richard
- Net of Jewels, by Ellen
Gilchrist (Little, Brown).
- The Pelican Brief, fiction by John
- Deadly Currents, by Caroline Burnes (Carolyn
- Fatal Ingredients, by Caroline Burnes (Carolyn
- From the Ground Up: Poems of One Southerner's Passage to Adulthood,
by Robert W. Hamblin
(Time Being Books).
- Win or Win: A Season with Ron Shumate, by Robert
W. Hamblin (Southeast Missouri University Foundation).
- A Bone to Pick, by Charlaine
- Beth Henley: Four Plays, by Beth
- Monologues for Women, by Beth
- Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights: From Emancipation to the
edited by Charles D. Lowery and John
F. Marszalek (Greenwood Press).
- After All, It's Only a Game, essays by Willie
Morris; art by Lynn Green Root (University Press of Mississippi).
- My Two Oxfords, essays by Willie
Morris; wood engravings by John DePol (Yellow Barn).
- Jesus & the Sweet Pilgrim Baptist Church: A Fable, by Clayton
- The Secret History, the first novel by Donna Tartt (Knopf).
- The Last Train North, by Clifton
L. Taulbert (Council Oak Books).
- Silent Witness, a novel by Charles
Wilson (Carroll & Graf).
- Courtship After Marriage, by Zig
Beth Henley's play Abundance produced at the Actors Theatre in San Francisco.
Beth Henley's play Control Freaks premieres at Chicago's Center Theater, with Henley herself directing for the first time.
Lewis Nordan receives the Notable Book Award from the American Library Association and the Best Fiction Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters.
Oxford American, a general-interest magazine from the South with
a literary focus, publishes its first issue.
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