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Play Pretty Blues (Paperback)

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    "Wright's fervent, musical prose captures the very essence of the blues. "Play Pretty Blues" is a work of extraordinary imagination and soul."--Will Allison, author of "Long Drive Home"

    The mysteries of blues legend Robert Johnson's life and death long ago became myth. Part researched reconstruction, part vivid imagination, this lyrical novel brings Johnson alive through the voices of his six wives, revealing the husband and son inside the legend.

    Snowden Wright was born and raised in Mississippi. His work has been published at "Salon," the "Atlantic Online," "Esquire Online," and the "New York Daily News." He lives in New York.

    About the Author


    Snowden Wright holds a BA in Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and an MFA in Fiction Writing from Columbia University. His nonfiction work has been published at "Salon, TheAtlantic.com, Nerve, The Morning News, Freerange Nonfiction, Thought Catalog, The Good Men Project, Esquire.com, Bookslut, The Millions, " and the "New York Daily News." His fiction has been published at "Dark Sky, The Rumpus, TheLMagazine.com, Emprise Review, elimae, " and "Vol. 1 Brooklyn." Wright was the 2012 recipient of the Summer Literary Seminar's Graywolf Prize for best novel excerpt. He lives in New York City.
    Product Details
    ISBN: 9781938126109
    ISBN-10: 1938126106
    Publisher: Engine Books
    Publication Date: November 12th, 2013
    Pages: 212
    Language: English