Fiction. In 1959, two brothers in Alabama are swimming in a pond when a fireball hits the water and they become fused together. When a New Orleans doctor claims he can help, they travel throughout the Southeast playing music. What they discover is as astonishing as their condition. An entertaining and informative trek through Southern Americana, including race relations, jazz, rock and roll, con-artists, the Red Scare, and the just blooming space race.
M. David Hornbuckle lives in Birmingham, Alabama, where he teaches English at the local university. Over the years, his career has included journalism, technical writing, and bee farming. He is also a musician, most known for his former bands PopCanon and the M. David Hornbuckle Dixieland Space Orchestra. In addition, Hornbuckle is the founding editor of Steel Toe Review: A Journal of Southern Arts and Literature. This is his third book.Author City: BIRMINGHAM, AL USA