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So begins the tale of latter-day Charleston and its curious secession. Native Charlestonians those "born right the first time". Author Biography.
Before earning an MFA from the University of Florida in , he worked by turns as a circus roustabout, an orchard keeper, a commercial fisherman, a high-school teacher, and a carpenter. He now teaches at the College of Charleston, where he also serves as an assistant editor for the literary journal Crazyhorse.
Recent summers have found him traveling throughout Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil.
This is his first [published! Summer of the Redeemers by Carolyn Haines.
Along with the sweltering heat of the Mississippi pine barrens, the summer of brings intruders to Kali Oka Road: The Blood of the Redeemer churchers, members of a secretive religious sect, and Nadine Andrews, a single woman of marrying age more interested in her horses than starting a family. In , we are not so sure.
Many years ago there were plans, backed by the city and the Department of Transportation, to have the James Island Connector touch down onto Broad and Beaufain streets. A huge community effort stopped this plan. Today, we see history repeating itself with yet another large-scale plan threatening the very same area.
Never in our four-score years have we seen Charleston under such a relentless threat of overdevelopment. People talk about the goose that laid the golden egg.
In the post-recession plundering of the peninsula, the oven is heated and our beloved goose is about to be cooked. Toggle navigation Menu.