RECKONING: TENNESSEE WRITERS ON 2020
ABOUT THE BOOK
Supported by an Arts Resilience grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission, RECKONING invites readers to bear witness to 2020 from diverse angles, from a front porch in Knoxville to a virtual classroom in Johnson City; from the tornado-ravaged neighborhood of East Nashville to the sidewalks of Memphis. These writers find surprising moments of joy and solace and humor in the midst of crisis, but they do not shy from expressing grief and acute longing. Their essays, stories, and poems give us vivid glimpses of an unforgettable year, one in which we were all challenged to reckon with ourselves, our sense of community and safety, our commitment to justice, and our place on this planet.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Margaret Littman tells the stories of the people and the places of the South. Since moving back to Music City she has acquired a cowboy boot collection, but not the ability to carry a tune. Her work has appeared in Preservation, Cond? Nast Traveler, AARP, Real Simple, Entrepreneur and elsewhere. She writes guidebooks about the South under the Moon imprint.