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Charles Dodd White

Charles Dodd White is the author of four novels, including two from Swallow Press: How Fire Runs and In the House of Wilderness. He has received the Appalachian Book of the Year Award and the Chaffin Award for his fiction. He lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he is an associate professor of English at Pellissippi State Community College.

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Listed in: Fiction | Thriller | Political · Fiction | Small Town & Rural · Fiction · Appalachia

Selected as a Fall 2020 "Okra Pick" by the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA)
Cover of 'How Fire Runs'

How Fire Runs
A Novel
By Charles Dodd White

Set in rural Appalachia and told through the voices of three different present-day narrators, this harrowing novel about white supremacists attempting to take over a small town focuses an unflinching eye on America’s ongoing, fraught relationship with racial and political injustice.

2018 Appalachian Book of the Year, Appalachian Writers Association
Cover of 'In the House of Wilderness'

In the House of Wilderness
A Novel
By Charles Dodd White

After months of wandering homeless through the landscape of Appalachia, a young woman named Rain finds herself part of a desperate family driven by exploitation and abuse. A harrowing story of choice and sacrifice, In the House of Wilderness is a novel about the modern South and how we fight through hardship and grief to find a way home.

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