Author Interview With The Southern Literary Review

Here’s a great way to ring in the new year! On January 1, 2014 The Southern Literary Review will be posting an exclusive interview with Jeff High, author of More Things In Heaven And Earth from the Watervalley Books series.  

The interview was conducted by Allen Mendenhall, managing editor at The Southern Literary Review, and this is the first time it will be available to the public.  In the interview Mendenhall and author Jeff High discuss a broad range of topics surrounding Watervalley Books and More Things In Heaven And Earth including High’s inspiration for the novel, past and present influences from his personal life, the writing process, the beloved Connie Thompson, and Each Shining Hour, the upcoming novel in the Watervalley Books series.

Be sure to check back on January 1st to read the full interview.

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About Allen Mendenhall and The Southern Literary Review

Allen Mendenhall is a writer, attorney, literary critic, and the author of Literature and Liberty: Essays in Libertarian Literary CriticismIn addition, he is an adjunct professor at Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and a doctoral candidate in English at Auburn University. For more information click here

Literature and the Economics of Liberty

Allen Mendenhall in an interview with Jeffery Tucker at the Ludwig von Mises Institute

More Things In Heaven And Earth was released October 1, 2013, and Donna Meredith at The Southern Literary Review posted a superb review of the new novel on October 16th. Her review can be found here.

Founded in 2004, The Southern Literary Review is a highly acclaimed, online publication that “celebrates southern authors and their contributions to American literature” and is “dedicated to offering quality information about America’s southern authors and their works.”


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