Catfish Alley was published by Penguin/NAL in 2011. Catfish Alley “…tackles the racial divide of both 1920s and current-day Mississippi in a page-turning narrative that has, at its heart, the search for personal connections as the path to both survival and understanding,” said Lalita Tademy, author of Cane River. Learn More About Catfish Alley »
Alligator Lake, published in 2012, was described by Natalie Baszile, author of Queen Sugar, as “a gutsy examination of southern race relations. Bryant is provocative and unflinching as she reveals her characters’ private hopes and fears. Her abiding love for Mississippi shines through as she wrestles with its troubled history.” Learn More About Alligator Lake »
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Catfish Alley is now available in a large print edition.