MalonesMaps.com
Home | Author & Events | Maps | Books | Posters | Bumper Stickers | Order | View Cart



Literary maps, history maps, Civil War, Episcopal Church history, genealogy
Wrightsville Beach, Duke-UNC basketball rivalry, short fiction

 

Click the thumbnails below for larger images.

Click to see larger image.
The Equestrian Statue of Jesus and Other Stories

Click to see full-size .pdf. (2.27MB)
Malone's New Historical Map of Georgia

 

Click to see full-size image
from Sermons Radical & Traditional

 

The View from Wrightsville Beach

Just in time for Summer, Literary Lantern Press is re-issuing an old favorite that evokes sea, sand, and young love. The author's poems and vintage photos depict the era before condominiums, when Wrightsville was a three-juke box island with one shaky bridge.

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

Dromgoole, Twice Murdered

Dromgoole, Twice-Murdered: Unraveling a Southern Legend of Duels, Disappearance, Seminole Wars, Secret Societies, Mystery, Castles, & Flagler’s Millions

New Book Solves Old Mystery of Peter Dromgoole - E. T. Malone, Jr.’s new book revealing the true fate of Peter Pelham Dromgoole is the ideal gift for any University of North Carolina grad or fan.

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

Sermons Radical & Traditional

by the Rev. Canon E. T. Malone, Jr.

This 242-page selection from the 30-year career of a veteran N. C. Episcopal priest reflects his background as a former print journalist and college English teacher. His writing is a blend of the traditional with a flavoring of non-conformity—something like a Confederate statue wearing a Black Lives Matter tee shirt! In these sermons, Irish mysticism walks hand in hand with critical thinking, and the Social Gospel and the Gospel of Atonement engage in fisticuffs.

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

Fire to Light: A Memoir of Family, Race and War

This is the story of a young, white Southerner who is drafted, against his will, into the U. S. Army during the Vietnam conflict, which he opposes. His coming-of-age journey is influenced by his conflicted, yet progressive-minded family as he grows up in a small town in North Carolina during the reign of Jim Crow in the American South.

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

Adventures of the Taylor Boys

New for Middle School Readers: Ten exciting stories, full of adventure and mystery, recount the exploits of teenage brothers Ted and Johnny Taylor, who are amateur detectives and students at Broughton High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, during the 1990s.

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

Malone’s New Literary Map of North Carolina - 2nd, Revised Printing

Long-awaited Revision of Malone's New Literary Map of North Carolina Now Available. More than 30 new writers added. New artwork. Much additional updating. Enhanced color. Place your orders now!

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

The Little Red Wagon

The Little Red Wagon is a limited-edition novella written by E. T. Malone, Jr.'s late mother, Mildred Winborne Malone, who passed away in 2001. It tells the story of a North Carolina mountain girl whose life is changed when she is befriended by a reclusive former concert pianist who has moved to her village. For years, Malone promised his mother he would publish it, and it has finally come to fruition. "Somewhere, I hope her roaming spirit will be pleased." - E. T. Malone, Jr.

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

Banned UNC Basketball Poster Still Available!

Athletic Department would not license it in 2004 because it made fun of Duke. Isn't that the point?!!!

Click here for additional details and ordering information.

OTHER POPULAR ITEMS

The View from Wrightsville Beach - Reissued
The Equestrian Statue of Jesus and Other Stories
Bishop Cheshire's Confirmations: Vol. I, 1912-1915
The Episcopal Church in North Carolina During the War Between the States
Malone's New Historical Map of Georgia
Malone's New Literary Map of Florida
Malone's New Literary Map of Georgia

Malone's New Literary Map of North Carolina - Revised 2nd Printing

ABOUT US

Malonesmaps.com is the domain name for the Literary Lantern Press, founded in 1988 by E. T. Malone, Jr., in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, as a publishing arm for "The Literary Lantern," his weekly syndicated newspaper review column about Southern books and writers.

Literary Lantern Press publishes literary and historical maps of the South, posters, plus occasional volumes of poetry, short fiction, local history, and genealogy.

More about the maps & author


NOTE: On July 1, 2007, Literary Lantern Press moved from Chapel Hill, N.C.,
to Warrenton, N.C.

Contact us at: literarymaps@aol.com


Literary Lantern Press
P.O. Box 235, Warrenton, N.C. 27589
(252) 257-3542