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Wade Hall

Wade H. Hall taught at colleges and universities in Florida and Kentucky, and was the author of many books, monographs, poems, and plays about the South and its people. He held degrees from Troy State University, the University of Alabama, and the University of Illinois. A native of rural Alabama, he lived and worked in Louisville, Kentucky, from 1962 to 2006, when he moved back to his family homeplace at Hallís Crossroads in Bullock County, Alabama, south of Union Springs, Alabama. He died in 2015.
Books by Wade Hall:
  • And All the Layered Light
  • ISBN: 1-60306-038-3, Trade Paper
  • Conecuh People: Words of Life from the Alabama Black Belt
  • ISBN: 1-58838-181-1, Trade Cloth
  • Conecuh People: Words of Life from the Alabama Black Belt
  • ISBN: 1-58838-184-6, Trade Paper
  • Greetings from Alabama: A Pictorial History in Vintage Postcards: From the Wade Hall Collection of Historical Picture Postcards from Alabama
  • ISBN: 1-58838-320-2, Trade Paper with French Flaps
  • An Interview with Abraham Lincoln: April 1, 1865
  • ISBN: 1-58838-256-7, Trade Paper with French Flaps
  • Itís Good Weather for Fudge: Conversing With Carson McCullers
  • ISBN: 1-58838-333-4, Trade Paper with French Flaps
  • The Outrageous Times of Larry Bruce Mitchell
  • ISBN: 1-58838-124-2, Trade Paper
  • Reflections of the Civil War in Southern Humor
  • ISBN: 1-60306-392-7, Trade Paper
  • Waters of Life from the Conecuh Ridge: The Clyde May Story
  • ISBN: 1-60306-012-X, Trade Paper