“Out of print for decades, and long-since discarded from all but research university libraries, wonderful works of rural based literature are disappearing every day. Variously called ‘farm novels,’ ‘regional novels,’ or ‘local color fiction,’ these works portray farm life, and just as importantly, American life, perceptively and in great depth. Written before the age of digitization, these works are being lost before they can be saved. To lose them is to lose a piece of our collective history; a piece of who we are, as a people and as a nation.”
So reads the Rural Lit RALLY Initiative website, and now we at Foreverland Press are thrilled to be able to bring these works back into print as digital editions, available to readers all over the world.