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Malone's New Historical Map of Georgia

Malone's New Literary Map of Georgia

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The Equestrian Statue of Jesus and Other Stories

A collection of six short stories, illustrated by the author. In the lead story, when a rural preacher seeks to erect an equestrian statue of Jesus on the courthouse square, others seize the opportunity as an excuse to get rid of the old Confederate memorial statue. Comic Southern chaos ensues. Also includes the classic "The Ghostly Hitchhiker of Highway 54," originally published in The State magazine in 1986 and a dark fantasy, "Dromgoole's Revenge," about a professor's initiation into a secret society.


Bishop Cheshire's Confirmations: Vol. I, 1912-1915
The Episcopal Church in North Carolina During the War Between the States
Malone’s New Historical Map of Georgia
Malone’s New Literary Map of Florida
Malone’s New Literary Map of Georgia

Malone’s New Literary Map of North Carolina - SOLD OUT

ABOUT US is the domain name for the Literary Lantern Press, founded in 1988 by E. T. Malone, Jr., in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, as a publishing arm for “The Literary Lantern,” his weekly syndicated newspaper review column about Southern books and writers.

Literary Lantern Press publishes literary and historical maps of the South, posters, plus occasional volumes of poetry, short fiction, local history, and genealogy.

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NOTE: On July 1, 2007, Literary Lantern Press moved from Chapel Hill, N.C.,
to Warrenton, N.C.

Contact us at:

Literary Lantern Press
P.O. Box 235, Warrenton, N.C. 27589
(252) 257-3542