Select Media Coverage (click to view):

* Interview – Women Worldwide Chats with South of Everything Author Audrey Taylor Gonzalez

* Guest Article – Three Guys One Book “When We Fell in Love” with Audrey Taylor Gonzalez

* Guest Article – She Writes Press “My Journey to South of Everything” by Audrey Taylor Gonzalez

* Review – IndieReader “A powerful message about love in a time of harsh race relations”

* Review – Illiterary Blog “I feel richer for having read this book…It’s a beauty”

* Book Excerpt – Baltimore Post Examiner

* Book Excerpt – Unusual Historicals

* Live @ 9 am (WREG TV Memphis) – Interview

* Review – Memphis Magazine

* Interview – Conversations Live with Cyrus Webb

* Review – San Francisco Book Review

* Interview – IndieReader

Omivoracious (Amazon Blog) – “If you like Go Set a Watchman, you’ll love South of Everything

* Review: Historical Novel Society

* Interview: At Home Memphis & MidSouth Magazine

*“Local Hero” TV Segment on ABC 24 News Memphis

*Profile: DeSoto Magazine (Sept Issue)

*Review: Memphis Downtowner (Sept/Oct Issue)

*Best Self Atlanta Magazine (Oct Issue, p.19)

*IndieReader – Best Books of 2015

*RSVP Magazine (Dec Issue)

*Review: Reader’s Favorite

*Anglican Journal

*ForeWord Review IndieFab Award Interview



Sun, Sept 13, 5 pm: Launch party at Diehl gallery
155 W Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001
(307) 733-0905

Fri, Sept 18, 5 pm: Launch party at David Lusk gallery
64 Flicker St, Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 767-3800

Thurs, Sept 24, 11 am – 2 pm: Episcopal BookShop
700 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38105
(901) 527-3361

Sat, Sept 26, 2 pm: Booksellers Memphis
387 Perkins Extd, Memphis, TN 38117
(901) 683-9801

Fri, October 9, 6 pm: Foxtale Book Shoppe, Atlanta
105 E Main St, Woodstock, GA 30188
(770) 516-9989

Thurs, October 15, 7 pm: Busboys & Poets, DC
2021 14th St, NW Washington, D.C. 20009.
202-387-7638 (POET)

Fri, October 16, 7 pm: Bluestockings Bookstore, NY
172 Allen St, New York, NY 10002
(212) 777-6028

Sun, Nov 1, 2:30 pm: Launch party Magnolia Editions gallery
2527 Magnolia St, Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 834-2527

Fri, Dec 4, 7 pm: Parnassus Books, Nashville
Hillsboro Plaza Shopping Center, 3900 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37215
(615) 953-2243

Fri, Jan 15, 7 pm: Palm Beach Bookstore
215 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480
(561) 659-6700

Select Praise for South of Everything:

“South of Everything is a triumph, an essential but oft unheard American story…one you won’t want to put down.” – Amy Friedman, author of Desperado’s Wife: A Memoir

“Audrey Gonzalez has written vividly about a place near my town Memphis, Tennessee – and my time also — before the Civil Rights Movement both of which were fueled by a slow, painful spiritual awakening and the breached birth of The Blues.” – Deanie Parker, African American singer/songwriter and former president/CEO of the Soulsville Foundation

“Audrey Taylor Gonzalez captures the concrete realities in a family’s everyday life, and connects those details to the cultural evolution taking place at that time.” – Becca Stevens, author, Episcopal priest, named by the White House as one of 15 Champions of Change for violence against women in 2011; founder of Thistle Farms-Magdalene

“This is a sacred story about love’s power to claim and redeem those who are willing to ask questions, look more deeply into the natural world and challenge the status quo.” – Elaine Blanchard, author, actor, human rights advocate and recipient of The 2011 Jefferson Award for Public Service

“In the hands of an adroit storyteller, magical realism has always been one of the most truthful and compelling forms of fiction. Here, Gonzales proves herself to be master of both the form and her material. A beautiful book.”  – Phyllis Tickle, American author and lecturer, founding editor of the Religion Department of PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

“Audrey Taylor Gonzalez has written a magical tale about the realities of religious and racial prejudice, transformed by the author’s compassion and depth of understanding of the flawed nature of humanity.”  – Jimmy Santiago Baca, American Book Award and Pushcart Prize winning poet and novelist

“The writing is so realistic one can taste the barbecue.” – Marygay Shipley, bookseller and former owner of That Bookstore in Blytheville, AR

A powerful message about love in a time of harsh race relations.”  – IndieReader Starred Review

I feel richer for having read this book…It’s a beauty.”  – Bridget Kukakauskas, Illiterarty Blog

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