Edited by Charleen Whisnant. Charlotte, N.C.: Southern Review, 1965. 4to. Pictorial boards. 93 p. 1st ed. The second of seven Red Clay Readers. Also contains material by Fred Chappell, Paul Green, Judson Crews, A. R. Ammons, Clarence Major, et al. 
New York: Virginia Quarterly Review Books / Dutton, 1941. 8vo. Cloth. 352 p. 1st ed. Novel of the antebellum South written by an Alabama-born author. It won the Silver Medal, Thomas Jefferson Southern Award. 
San Antonio: Avalon Poetry Shrine, (1942). 8vo. Wraps. 99 p. 1st ed. Wright was a writer from Corpus Christi, Texas who was perhaps best known as a writer of science fiction poetry. This copy belonged to Clement Wood and has been extensively annotated by him. In this copy, he refers.....