From the award-winning author, storyteller, ghost hunter, and paranormal investigator Tally Johnson comes a fantastic new short story collection of Southern humor, horror, Southern Gothic style, and stories all told in the inimitable style of a true son of the South.
Creek Walking is a Southern literature love letter to Pat Conroy, Flannery O'Conner, Thomas Wolfe, William Faulkner, and Tennessee Williams. Johnson's words dance like sunshine off the crystal clear waters of a Carolina creek and burn like cheap moonshine out back of the barn at Granddaddy's house.
This collection of Southern Gothic fiction is a must-listen for anyone who's ever driven a tractor down a highway, eaten watermelon with a pocketknife, gone fishing and eaten their catch for dinner, or sat around a campfire picking songs and telling stories with nothing but the crickets and the crackling of the pine kindling for background noise.
Ranging from humor to Southern Gothic horror to philosophical contemplation, Creek Walking is a welcome addition to the storytelling tradition of the South.