Authors Alley

Authors Alley

Meet more than 60 authors and artists selling their most recent works along Mississippi Street.

  • Jeanette Basson, Stranded In Alaska
  • Dale Beasley, What I Learned At The ‘Zoo
  • Anita Blount, A Lovely Condition
  • Freddie Bourn, Cadel
  • William Brown, Eight O’May
  • Jack Caldwell, The Plains of Chalmette
  • John Caldwell, Semper Odyssey - Conflicts of a Marine Reservist
  • Julia Brewer Daily, No Names to Be Given
  • Dorothy Smith & Deborah Cross, Zippy Buzzy Bee: A Fun Journey to Transform Character
  • Martina Domino, What in the World is Coronavirus?
  • Dr. Jean Marie Farish, Living in the Spirit of Love
  • Deandre Frison, Torn Lineage
  • Judy Gilliam, Florence and Her Fantastic Family Tree
  • Jane Golden, Summer in Sofia
  • Chris Goodman, The Second Wife And Subculture Tribalism
  • Sherye S. Green, Surviving Hitler, Evading Stalin: One Woman’s Remarkable Escape from Nazi Germany
  • Perry Guy, Fine Feathered Friends
  • Jewel Harper-Simon, Getting through Difficult Times in Life
  • Victor Hess, The Clock Tower Treasure
  • Michael Hewes, The Milk Wagon
  • Hiram Hiller, Blue Garou
  • Jo Howard, Most Call Him Doc (book 1), Turning Life into Joy (book 2)
  • Grady Howell, We Gather Together Thanksgiving Day in Mississippi 1847-1997
  • Danielle Keil, Out of the Darkness
  • Margery Kerstine, Merchants on Issaquena: Avenue of the Blues in Mississippi
  • Lisa Kirkman, Meeting at Matthew Street
  • Terry Lindsey, A Chime in Time
  • Teresa Lynn, A Killing in Vicksburg
  • Hal Malchow, 42 Million to One
  • Stephenia H. McGee, The Cedar Key
  • Donna Mills, Pawn - A Game of Black, White and Red
  • Emily Moore, Words Are Like Magic
  • Robika Mylroie, Are You Masking? Feelings About COVID-19
  • Dee Myrick, The Laughing Postman series (4 books)
  • Kelly A Nix, Kaji Warriors: Shifting Strength
  • Nina Norstrom, Not a Blueprint, It’s the Shoe Prints that Matter
  • Jerry Palmer, Buttons, Bolt Cutters and Barricades
  • Kathleen Parrish, Second Son: A Novel of the Deep South
  • Judith B. Pinkard, Broken Pieces
  • Michelle Rahal, Straining Forward
  • Dottie Chapman Reed, Outstanding Black Women of Yalobusha: Their Stories and Contributions to a Mississippi Community
  • Sandra Reed, The Price of Privilege
  • K Reshay, All Things Work Out Well
  • Daphne Robinson, Delinquent: How the American Juvenile Justice System is Failing Black Children
  • Tiffany Robinson, Rat Race - Journey of Hope
  • Robert Rogers, The French Quarter Affair
  • George Sanchez, Looking for Tennessee Williams
  • Milan Sergent, Dang Near Royal
  • Cyrena Shows, The River Fairy’s Wish
  • Andrew Snorton, Nothing Minor: A 2019 Summer Journey Covering Minor League Baseball
  • Glen Stripling, The Song of Jupiter
  • Carolyn Terry, Onward Mississippi
  • C.P. Tertius, Every Man Truly Lives Alone
  • Tobey Truestory, Ancient Daze
  • David Walker, The Witch’s Tower (Book 1 of the Max Series)
  • Tiffaney N Washington, Battle of The Bullies
  • Corinda Watson, Whitlee’s Magical Unicorn Adventure
  • JPS Student Scholar Authors