February is Black History Month
In this fictional story, the town of Money Mississippi, the site of the horrific murder of Emmett Till, has undergone a modern transformation. The once dusty backwoods town sports a Walmart, coffee shops, and other industries. Alvin a young black male, and Jill and older white woman openly have an affair without fear of violence. However, tragedy strikes again and the Tallahatchie River claims another young soul.
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Charles W. Harvey is a native Houstonian and a graduate of the University of Houston. At UofH he studied fiction under the guidance of Rosellen Brown and Chitra Divakaruni. In 1987, Charles was a 1st place prize recipient of PEN/Discovery for his short story Cheeseburger, which went on to be published in the Ontario Review. In 1989 Charles Harvey was awarded the Cultural Arts Council of Houston Grant for Writers and Artists. Also in 1989 he was a finalist in the MacDonald’s Literary Achievement Awards. Charles has been published in Soulfires, Story Magazine SHADE, High Infidelity, The James White Review, and others. He is the author of the novels The Butterfly Killer, The Road to Astroworld, and Boy For Hire. He is also the author of several story and poetry collections.