Gin Phillips

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The Well and the Mine

Gin Phillips is a freelance writer and the author of the 2008 novel The Well and the Mine, set in 1931 in Carbon Hill. The novel received the 2008 Barnes & Noble "Discover Award" for fiction.

Phillips grew up in Montgomery and graduated from Birmingham-Southern College in 1997. She was a regular contributor to Birmingham Weekly, and her work has also been featured in American Profile, American Spirit, Platinum, and Women's World.

Publications

  • Phillips, Gin (2008) The Well and the Mine. Portland, Oregon: Hawthorne Books ISBN 0976631172
  • Phillips, Gin (2012) Come In and Cover Me. New York: Riverhead Books ISBN 1594488444
  • Phillips, Gin (2013) The Hidden Summer. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers ISBN 0803738366
  • Phillips, Gin (2015) A Little Bit of Spectacular. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers ISBN 0803738374
  • Phillips, Gin (2017) Fierce Kingdom. New York: Random House ISBN 0735273197

References

  • Carlton, Bob (March 22, 2009) "Barnes & Noble award boosts Birmingham, Alabama author to new heights." The Birmingham News
  • Carlton, Bob (January 10, 2012) "Birmingham writer Gin Phillips blends ghosts, archaelogy in new novel." The Birmingham News

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