Dear DeeDee by Kat Meads
"Part memoir and part historical treasure, in Dear DeeDee Kat Meads brings us a haunted, feminist exchange, deeply rooted in family and community, and the forever-gripping relationship we have with the places that have shaped us."
—Laraine Herring, author of A Collection of Ghosts
"In these hilarious and heart-breaking letters, exiled Southerner Kat Meads remembers, regrets, and makes us 'bark-laugh.'"
—Norma Watkins, author of That Woman from Mississippi
"In our current zeitgeist of swift and glib communication, Meads...reminds us of the delight in the art of letter writing. Dear DeeDee is an absolute pleasure to read."
—Natalie Serber, author of Shout Her Lovely Name
A homesick-for-the-South aunt.
A North Carolina niece.
A correspondence that explores what makes us who we are.
A native of eastern North Carolina and graduate of UNC-Greensboro's MFA in Creative Writing Program, Kat Meads is the award-winning author of 20 books and chapbooks of prose and poetry. Her short plays have been produced in New York, Los Angeles, and elsewhere: Katmeads.com.