Year Published: 2006
Trouble No More
By Anthony Grooms
About the Book
The second edition of Anthony Grooms’s award-winning
collection of short stories, Trouble No More, set
throughout the American South, presents stories about
history, politics, class, race, childhood, and life.
These stories feature the personal and public trials of
the African-American middle class. In 2006, Trouble
No More was chosen as the book All Georgians Should
Read, by the Georgia Center for the Book.
About the Author
Anthony Grooms is also the author of Ice Poems, a
chapbook of poems, and a novel entitled Bombingham.
His stories and poems have been published in Callaloo,
African American Review, Crab Orchard Review, George
Washington Review, and other literary journals. He
is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, an Arts
Administration Fellowship from the National Endowment
for the Arts, two Lillian Smith Awards from the Southern
Regional Council, and is a Finalist for the Legacy Award
from The Hurston-Wright Foundation. He is a professor of
Creative Writing at Kennesaw State University in Georgia
and lives with his wife and son in Atlanta.
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