A Memphis sculptor’s Thirty-Foot Elvis statue ignites civic pride in a small Arkansas town in this often-hilarious, sometimes soulful romp through the Southern literary landscape.
“The fun never fades as we discover a colorful mobile home park in a small southern town. The arrival of a thirty-foot foot sculpture, psychic situations in every corner, and true romance combine with characters from other dimensions to entertain throughout.”
—Diego Vázquez Jr, author of the novel, Growing Through the Ugly
Pages 228 @ 6” x 9”
Born in Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1950, Jane F. Hankins declared herself an artist by the age of four. One of ten Arkansas women artists included in a juried show at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, Jane has been a strong presence in the Arkansas artists’ community for over three decades. She resides in Little Rock with her husband, the broadcaster Craig O’Neill.
Photo of Jane (with her publisher) by Craig O'Neill