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A Cook's Tour of Mississippi
Add to Cart, $100.00
A Cook's Tour of Mississippi
intro by Willie Morris
Jackson, MS: The Clarion Ledger (1980).
First Edition. Not Signed. $100.00

After All, It's Only A Game
Add to Cart, $350.00
After All, It's Only A Game
by Willie Morris
illustrated by Lynn Green Root
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (1992).
First Edition. Signed. $350.00
Perhaps better than any other writer Willie Morris can evoke the fleeting era of placid southern summers and simple truths, a halcyon season before television imprisoned our lives. This collection of... (more)

Another Coat of Paint
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Another Coat of Paint
by Wyatt Waters
foreword by Willie Morris
Brandon, MS: Quail Ridge Press (1995).
First Edition. Signed. $300.00

Courting of Marcus Dupree
Unavailable, $60.00
Courting of Marcus Dupree
by Willie Morris
New York: Doubleday (1983).
First Edition. Not Signed. $60.00

Good Old Boy
Unavailable, $500.00
Good Old Boy
by Willie Morris
New York: Harper and Row (1971).
First Edition. Signed. $500.00
The author's boyhood escapades in his hometown of Yazoo City, Mississippi.

Homecomings
Unavailable, $175.00
Homecomings
by Willie Morris
illustrated by William Dunlap
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (1989).
Limited Edition. Signed. $175.00

Mississippi Writers Talking II
Unavailable, $500.00
Mississippi Writers Talking II
compiled by John Griffin Jones
contributed to by Willie Morris
and Ellen Douglas
and Walker Percy
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (1983).
First Edition. Signed. $500.00
Interviews with Walker Percy, Ellen Douglas, Willie Morris, Margaret Walker Alexander, James Whitehead, and Turner Cassity.

My Cat Spit McGee
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My Cat Spit McGee
by Willie Morris
New York: Random House (1999).
Uncorrected Proof. Not Signed. $50.00

My Dog Skip
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My Dog Skip
by Willie Morris
New York: Random House (1995).
First Edition. Not Signed. $50.00
Poignant, funny, unabashedly sweet-spirited, My Dog Skip is a paean to an age of innocence. Willie Morris tells of his youth and of a dog named Skip, who was his closest companion in almost... (more)

My Dog Skip
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My Dog Skip
by Willie Morris
New York: Random House (1995).
First Edition. Signed. $500.00
This classic story of a boy and a dog growing up in small-town America by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Willie Morris is "written with the gentle wisdom of an E.B. White and the eternal youth of... (more)

My Mississippi
Unavailable, $100.00
My Mississippi
by Willie Morris
photos by David Morris
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (2000).
Limited Edition. Signed. $100.00
A father and son present an eloquent portrait and personal evocations of modern Mississippi in this book which contemplates the realities of the present day, assesses the most vital concerns of the... (more)

My Mississippi
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My Mississippi
by Willie Morris
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (2000).
First Edition. Signed. $100.00

My Two Oxfords
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My Two Oxfords
by Willie Morris
photos by David Rae Morris
foreword by JoAnne Prichard Morris
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi (2009).
First Edition. Not Signed. $20.00
One of America's most beloved authors and a master of the personal essay, Willie Morris (1934-1999) wrote nineteen books and hundreds of articles and reflections. To honor his memory on the... (more)

New York Days
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New York Days
by Willie Morris
New York: Little & Brown (1993).
Uncorrected Proof. Signed. $500.00

New York Days
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New York Days
by Willie Morris
New York: Little & Brown (1993).
First Edition. Not Signed. $50.00
In New York Days, the long-awaited sequel to the prize-winning North Toward Home, Willie Morris recalls his triumphant, exciting, and ultimately devastating years as the youngest ever editor-in-chief... (more)

New York Days
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New York Days
by Willie Morris
New York: Little & Brown (1993).
First Edition. Signed. $350.00

North Toward Home
Unavailable, $100.00
North Toward Home
by Willie Morris
London: Macmillan (1968).
First Edition. Not Signed. $100.00

North Toward Home
Unavailable, $350.00
North Toward Home
by Willie Morris
New York: Houghton Mifflin (1967).
First Edition. Signed. $350.00
Willie Morris always wrote from the heart and with a generosity of spirit. His first book, North Toward Home, was published to extraordinary acclaim in 1967. It was to be his signature work,... (more)

North Toward Home
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North Toward Home
by Willie Morris
New York: Houghton Mifflin (1967).
First Edition. Not Signed. $125.00
Willie Morris always wrote from the heart and with a generosity of spirit. His first book, North Toward Home, was published to extraordinary acclaim in 1967. It was to be his signature work, a memoir... (more)

Prayer for the Opening of Little League Season
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Prayer for the Opening of Little League Season
by Willie Morris
illustrated by Barry Moser
New York: Harcourt (1995).
First Edition. Signed. $150.00
The celebrated author of New York Days and North Toward Home joins forces with distinguished artist Barry Moser to present a poetic tribute to children's baseball. "Willie Morris's heartfelt... (more)

Prayer For The Opening of Little League Season
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Prayer For The Opening of Little League Season
by Willie Morris
illustrated by Barry Moser
New York: Harcourt (1995).
Limited Edition. Signed. $125.00

Taps
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Taps
by Willie Morris
New York: Houghton Mifflin (2001).
Advance Reading Copy. Signed. $75.00
The final work by one of America"s most beloved authors, TAPS returns to the stretch of southern delta that Willie Morris made famous with his award-winning classic NORTH TOWARD HOME and the... (more)

Taps
Unavailable, $100.00
Taps
by Willie Morris
New York: Houghton Mifflin (2001).
First Edition. Signed. $100.00
The final work by one of America's most celebrated authors. Called upon to play "Taps" at the funeral of a hometown boy killed early in the Korean War, 16-year-old Swayze Barksdale Swayze... (more)

Terrains of the Heart
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Terrains of the Heart
by Willie Morris
Oxford, MS: Yoknapatawpha Press (1981).
First Edition. Signed. $200.00
"This is a deep search for home. Willie Morriss is a deep searcher, and along the way to the final harbor there is a dazzling array of incidental - or are they? - encounters and discoveries and... (more)

The Ghosts of Medgar Evers
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The Ghosts of Medgar Evers
by Willie Morris
New York: Random House (1998).
First Edition. Signed. $150.00
Willie Morris brings together the harsh realities of race and the magical illusions of Hollywood in an unusual book about the making of the movie Ghosts of Mississippi and its more complicated... (more)

The Last of the Southern Girls
Unavailable, $100.00
The Last of the Southern Girls
by Willie Morris
New York: Knopf (1973).
First Edition. Signed. $100.00
Carol Hollywell is beautiful, smart, elegant, and charming. A debutante from De Soto Point, Arkansas, and a recent graduate of Ole Miss, she is heir to a good southern name and a small southern... (more)

The Last of the Southern Girls
Unavailable, $200.00
The Last of the Southern Girls
by Willie Morris
New York: Knopf (1973).
Advance Reading Copy. Signed. $200.00

Willie Morris Portico Jackson
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Willie Morris Portico Jackson
by Portico Jackson
about Willie Morris
Jackson, MS: Portico Magazine (2009).
Other. Not Signed. $4.50

Yazoo
Unavailable, $275.00
Yazoo
by Willie Morris
New York: HMP (1971).
First Edition. Signed. $275.00
A social report of Yazoo, MS during the racial turmoil of 1969 and 1970.