Opal Book Signing

Opal Book Signing
A Pushcart Prize nominee, Diane Thomas-Plunk was also recognized by NPR when her entry was designated a “favorite” in the Three-Minute Fiction contest. Her story, “Cassie’s Chair,” was recently a finalist in the Nivalis 2016 short fiction competition. More than a dozen of Thomas-Plunk’s short stories and poetry have appeared in Deep South Magazine, Belle Reve Literary Journal, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Steel Toe Review and China Grove Magazine.
Opal, a collection of short stories set in 1950s rural Mississippi, is Thomas-Plunk’s first book.

Excerpt from a review by a book review blog:
“ This book is Southern writing at it's finest.”

And from a reader review on amazon:
"Opal is a collection of stories unlike anything I've read before. The depth of the characters, the layered plots, the wonderful writing. I was captivated from beginning to end.”

Thomas-Plunk was born and raised in Memphis.

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548 Main Street
Memphis, United States

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