Christy French is now published writer, thanks to print
By David Hunter , Special to the News-Sentinel
July 31, 2002
Christy Tillery French is one of the most recent authors to spring from the fertile literary fields in this part of Tennessee.
This "scruffy little river city," as it was once maligned by an uninformed outsider, was producing authors like George Washington Harris (a renowned humorist) and Charles Todd (who wrote what was probably the first Appalachian novel) when Knoxville was still a frontier town.
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