“I still kind of feel like I’m not so much an American as I am a Southerner.” — Madison Jones A Cry of Absence Madison Jones 1971 Novel Auburnness: Madison Jones came to Auburn as a creative writing instructor in 1956. He retired a writer-in-residence in 1987. He still lives in the area, out Wire […]
Meeting Madison Jones
This is the story of when young Ben Bartley met old Madison Jones, Auburn’s literary giant, who’s novel “A Cry of Absence” was called “the last pure tragedy written by a southerner.”
The Daily Believer: 10.26.09
Indie Rock Karaoke. Todd on the team. Coleman on Eltoro. Happy Birthday, Mom! Madison Jones. EDSBS links Jerry’s story. More to come.