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Frye Gaillard

Frye Gaillard is an award-winning journalist and author of more than a dozen books on Southern culture and history, including Cradle of Freedom: Alabama and the Movement That Changed Americas; Race, Rock, and Religion: Profiles from a Southern Journalist; The Quest for Desegregation; The Dream Long Deferred: A Community’s Quest for Desegregation; Kyle at 200 MPH: Sizzling Season in the Petty/NASCAR Dynasty; If I were a Carpenter: Twenty Years of Habitat for Humanity. He is writer in residence at the University of South Alabama. A native of Mobile, he has written more than twenty books and has received the Clarence Cason Award for Non-Fiction, the Lillian Smith Book Award, and the Alabama Library Association Book of the Year recognition.
Books by Frye Gaillard:
  • American Crisis, Southern Solutions: From Where We Stand, Promise and Peril
  • ISBN: 1-58838-228-1, Trade Cloth
  • Better Than Them: The Unmaking of an Alabama Racist
  • ISBN: 1-60306-343-9, Trade Paper
  • The Books That Mattered: A Reader’s Memoir
  • ISBN: 1-58838-287-7, Trade cloth
  • Go South to Freedom
  • ISBN: 1-58838-316-4, Trade Cloth
  • Journey to the Wilderness: War, Memory, and a Southern Family’s Civil War Letters
  • ISBN: 1-58838-312-1, Trade Cloth
  • Lessons from the Bayou
  • ISBN: 1-60306-192-4, ebook
  • Poetry of Faith: Sermons Preached in a Southern Church
  • ISBN: 1-60306-278-5, Trade Paper
  • Quilt: And the Poetry of Alabama Music
  • ISBN: 1-60306-390-0, Trade Paper
  • Watermelon Wine: The Spirit of Country Music
  • ISBN: 1-58838-160-9, Trade Paper