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Bookish stocks a curated collection of new and used books, with an emphasis on diverse fiction and social justice oriented nonfiction. We’ve got books for full-growns and kids. And we proudly showcase work by local artists and makers. We don’t keep an online inventory of what’s in-store. Give us a call or email us to find out if a specific title is in stock.
1188 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
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Q & A and Reading of Good Women with Halle Hill on September 27th!
In her dynamic debut, Halle Hill’s Good Women delves into the lives of twelve Black women across the Appalachian
A woman boards a Greyhound bus barreling toward Florida to meet her sugar daddy’s mother; a state fair employee considers
revenge on a local preacher; a sister struggles with guilt as she helps her brother plan to run away with a man he’s seeing in
secret; a young woman who works for a scam for-profit college navigates the lies she sells for a living.
Darkly funny and deeply human, Good Women observes how place, blood-ties, generational trauma, obsession, and
boundaries—or lack thereof—influence how we navigate our small worlds, and how those worlds so often collide in ways we
don’t expect. Through intimate moments of personal choice, Hill carefully shines a light on how these twelve women shape
and form themselves through faith and abandon, transgression and conformity, community, caution, and solitude.
With precision and empathy, Hill captures the mundane in moments of absurdity, and bears witness to both joy and
heartbreak, reminding us how the next moment could be life-changing. Vibrant and exacting, Hill is a must-read new voice in
Halle Hill is a writer from East Tennessee. She is a PEN/Dau Short Story Prize nominee, winner of the 2021 Crystal Wilkinson Creative Writing Prize, and a finalist for the 2021 ASME Award for Fiction. Her work is featured in Joyland, New Limestone Review, and Oxford American among others. Her debut collection, Good Women: Stories, published through Hub City Press in 2023.