James Still hadn't finished his novel Chinaberry when he died on April 28, 2001. His literary executors asked Eastern Kentucky writer Silas House to pull the manuscript together into a book, which is being published this month by the University Press of Kentucky. The cover art is a woodblock print by Lexington artist John Lackey.
James Still hadn't finished his novel Chinaberry when he died on April 28, 2001. His literary executors asked Eastern Kentucky writer Silas House to pull the manuscript together into a book, which is being published this month by the University Press of Kentucky. The cover art is a woodblock print by Lexington artist John Lackey.
James Still hadn't finished his novel Chinaberry when he died on April 28, 2001. His literary executors asked Eastern Kentucky writer Silas House to pull the manuscript together into a book, which is being published this month by the University Press of Kentucky. The cover art is a woodblock print by Lexington artist John Lackey.

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