Champion of Sourwood Mountain
Sourwood Tales is a collection of eighteen short stories that present an accurate picture of life in the Big Sandy region of Eastern Kentucky during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Clark is a masterful story teller who captures local life and lore in a way that fascinates both children and adults.
“The sounds of rustic music, the roughhewn mountain and river characters, and the humor and pathos…these make Clark the chronicler of the Big Sandy region.”
William S. Ward
A literary History of Kentucky