Date of Graduation
MFA Creative Writing Thesis
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
Ethel M Smith
Feagin Jones spent her childhood in the spaces between the suburban South and the rural hills of Appalachia, Southern decadence and provincial poverty. Her mother's family is rooted in the red dirt of Georgia, her father's in the black dust of Eastern Kentucky. In this collection of essays, Feagin Jones discusses loss---the way it cycles---family, religion, love, hard work, silence, death, addiction, abuse, oppression, Southern gentility. The wheel of fortune turns. The tide moves on.
Jones, Feagin, "A Funeral in my Brain" (2016). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 7097.
Permanent Embargo – MFA Creative Writing
Available for download on Monday, June 01, 2043