Stephen March

Stephen March is a novelist, short story writer, and songwriter whose work is set in the American South. His published books include Tell Him You Saw Me, a collection of short fiction pubished in 2013; Armadillo, a novella; Love to the Spirits, a short story collection; Catbird, a novel; and Strangers in the Land of Egypt, a novel published in May, 2009 by Permanent Press (New York). Armadillo won the Texas Review Press Prize in the Novella. Love to the Spirits won the Independent Publisher Award for Short Fiction 2005, and Catbird was chosen as a Book Sense Notable by the American Booksellers Association. He lived in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, until his death in 2014.

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The Gold Piano tells the story of Emerson Wainwright, a young man whose idyllic life in a small North Carolina town is turned upside down. Emerson enrolls at an under-funded historically black college a hundred miles away, attending on a minority grant. As the only white student living on campus, he struggles with his loneliness and his role as an outsider.

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Twister: The New Album is Here!

Steve has a brand new record full of the all emotional bumps and shakes that make life worthwhile. Here are a couple of preview tracks from it:

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Ain't Gonna Fool With You No More

A Six Pack Away From Trouble

Also available:

Blue Moon Diner

This collection of gritty, heartfelt songs vividly evokes a lifelong search for that anticipated shadow in the doorway.

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Daddy Was A Cowboy

Tomcat Blues

You can purchase Steve March recordings at CD Baby

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