Interview with Connie May Fowler, author of “A Million Fragile Bones”

amfb2Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing bestselling author Connie May Fowler for the Spring 2017 Issue of Appalachian Heritage magazine. Fowler’s new environmental memoir, A Million Fragile Bones, was published last month from Twisted Road Publications. A Million Fragile Bones is the story of Fowler’s life on a tiny sandbar off the Florida coast, set against the backdrop of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil explosion and disaster.

We corresponded over the course of a week from my home in the mountains of Western North Carolina to her home on an island off the coast of Mexico, in the Yucatan. Thank heavens for the Internet!

To read the interview in full, for free at Appalachian Heritage, click here.

* My review of the memoir will also appear in the Spring 2017 Issue of the magazine.



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