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Fellowship of Southern Writers

Louis D. Rubin, Jr.

LOUIS D. RUBIN, JR.

— founding member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers — is a literary critic and historian, editor, and novelist. Works include Thomas Wolfe: A Collection of Critical Essays, The Faraway Country, The Curious Death of the Novel, The Wary Fugitives, Gallery of Southerners, Small Craft Advisory, Babe Ruth’s Ghost, Seaports of the South: A Journey, and a Memory of Trains. His novels are The Golden Weather, Surfaces of a Diamond, and The Heat of the Sun. His two most recent books are An Honorable Estate and My Father’s People: A Family of Southern Jews. Rubin is past Chancellor of the Fellowship of Southern Writers.


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