Frye Gaillard

writer

Frye Gaillard, a native of Mobile, Alabama, is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He has been editor of Race Relations Reporter and southern editor of the Charlotte Observer. His work has appeared in many national publications, and he is the author of nearly a dozen other books, including Southern Voices, The Dream Long Deferred, As Long As the Waters Flow, If I Were A Carpenter, and The Heart of Dixie. He has taught at Queens College and lives near Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife, Nancy, who worked with him in researching this books.

Frye Gaillard, a native of Mobile, Alabama, is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He has been editor of Race Relations Reporter and southern editor of the Charlotte Observer. His work has appeared in many national publications, and he is the author of nearly a dozen other books, including Southern Voices, The Dream Long Deferred, As Long As the Waters Flow, If I Were A Carpenter, and The Heart of Dixie. He has taught at Queens College and lives near Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife, Nancy, who worked with him in researching this books.

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Jimmy Carter: Prophet from Plains