Why does a small game bird keep appearing at various phases of my life? What's the fastest way to fill a sinkhole? How many layers deep can a nickel hide in a woman's purse? Why would a grown man take a running leap off the roof of his house? What was it like to grow up in a hotbed of segregation? How did it feel to wait for your draft lottery number to be drawn? How did a Southern father say, "Well done, son" in the sixties? These are the questions that pop up in our daily lives, and the ones Locally Groan can't answer, it will re-frame in a new light. Locally Groan is a series of essays that look at the humorous and serious issues of growing up in the South, including that age-old question, can all dogs swim?
- Paperback | 135 pages
- 149.86 x 226.06 x 15.24mm | 272.15g
- 13 Jan 2011
- London, United Kingdom