GC Smith is a southerner. He writes novels, short stories, flash fiction, poetry. Sometimes he plays with dialect, either Cajun or Gullah-Geechee ways of speaking. Smith's work can be found in: Gator Springs Gazette, F F Magazine, Iguanaland, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Naked Humorists, The GLUT, Flask Fiction Magazine, N.O.L.A. Spleen, NFG Magazine, Cellar Door, The Beat, Dispatches Magazine, Beaufort Gazette, Coyote's Den, Southern Hum, Lamoille Lamentations , Quiction, The Landing, The Haunted Poet, Flavor a Deux, The Binnacle, Stymie Magazine, Bannock Street Books. He has three novels, WHITE LIGHTNING --Murder In the world of stock car racing, THE CARBON STEEL CARESS, A Lowcountry P.I. novel, and IN GOOD FAITH: A Johnny Donal P.I. Novel. GC also has a poetry chapbook: A Southern Boy's Meanderings. His most recent book is Mudbug Tales: A Novel In Flashes, wit' recipes.
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Mudbug Tales: A Novel In Flashes, wit' recipes
by GC Smith
Mudbug Tales is a series of related vignettes that tell of folks living in Acadiana, the Louisiana Bayou country. The book includes recipes, some of which are Cajun and some of which are not. The Mudbug Tales pay homage to the Cajun people. If I fail to depict reality it's because that is not my aim. What I'm trying for is an enjoyable read. So, I hope you, my readers, enjoy the book. Have fun.
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