“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 […]
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.”
Indie Rock Karaoke. Todd on the team. Coleman on Eltoro. Happy Birthday, Mom! Madison Jones. EDSBS links Jerry’s story. More to come.