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Worth Quoting (Interviews): Connie May Fowler

Worth Quoting was made possible by Florida Community College at Jacksonville. The series was recorded from 1985 to 2005, and features a powerful collection of interviews.
Interviewee Connie May Fowler
Interviewer Mary Sue Koeppel
Subject Fiction story about Florida life

Copyright 1996 Florida Community College at Jacksonville

 

Summary:

Connie May Fowler, author of Before Women had Wings, shares how her life as a young child growing up in Florida was the basis for this novel.  She also discusses how the character of Zora in the novel was a tribute to author Zora Neal Hurston.

 

Keywords:

Domestic fiction, Florida-fiction, Southern fiction, author, Zora Neal Hurston

Connie May Fowler

Fowler, C. M. (1996). Interviewed by M.S. Koeppel  [Video Recording]. Worth Quoting. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.

Run time: 27 minutes