Louis D. Rubin

Louis D. Rubin, Jr. , the founder of Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill and a founding member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers, taught English and creative writing for many years, mainly at Johns Hopkins University, Hollins College, and the University of North Carolina. (Annie Dillard, Kaye Gibbons, John Barth, and Lee Smith are just a few of his former students.) He has written or edited some forty-five books of his own, the most recent of which are The Edge of the Swamp, Small Craft Advisory,and The Mockingbird in the Gum Tree. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and in his spare time pursues his interests in painting, boating, military history, and baseball.

Jerry Leath Mills is professor of English at the University of North Carolina. He is editor of Studies in Philology and a passionate hunter and angler.

A Certain Slant of Light - Cover
A Certain Slant of Light
A Man of Letters in the Nineteenth-Century South - Cover
A Man of Letters in the Nineteenth-Century South
The Curious Death of the Novel - Cover
The Curious Death of the Novel
The Edge of the Swamp - Cover
The Edge of the Swamp
The History of Southern Literature - Cover
The History of Southern Literature
My Father's People - Cover
My Father's People
The Wary Fugitives - Cover
The Wary Fugitives
A Writer's Companion - Cover
A Writer's Companion
I'll Take My Stand - Cover
I'll Take My Stand