Carl Peterson teaches at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He is currently working on a new novel populated by card sharps, thieves, and entrepreneurial taxidermists set in the contemporary South.
NOV 2008 | Fiction
Walter Burwell arrived in Holcombe in 1922 from New York State. This photograph is dated 1928, a year after the Holcombe Register nicknamed him The Raspberry Prince and two years before he disappeared from town under warrant for bootlegging.