These marvelous stories are about everyday people leading not so everyday lives. Crow leads you through a labyrinth of her own brand of Southern Gothic writing that’s as real as the day is long.
—Lucinda Williams, Songwriter/Grammy winning Recording ArtistFlights of Fancy BookWith materials ranging from short stories, a novella, and non-fiction essays, tones and genres which include memoir, science fiction, suspense, and YA, Evans takes readers from Beirut to the Ozark backwoods, past, present, and future, with narrators of all ages (including a tree). Knitting, weaving, the sounds of a South Indian morning, a loving but lily-besotted partner...these are rich materials. But she makes them "more," as her observed thoughts, feelings, empathy, and insight overlay real and imagined experience.Price: $15.95
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Mysteries of the Ozarks Volume IV is a collection of stories compiled by Ellen Gray Massey. One of Crow’s short stories is included in this collection, “Miss Henrietta’s Invisible Doors”. 294 pages, Copyright 2011 by Ozark Writers, Inc ISBN: 978-1-60653-045-0
The Pollen Principle- a lily murder was written by Art and Crow Evans in 2001. It is a fictional murder mystery that takes place at the North American Lily Society Meeting. This was self published by Mother’s Biscuits Publishing and is currently in re-write for edition 2.