AMERICAN POP is a sprawling historical novel set in Mississippi detailing the rise and fall of the Forster family's soda empire, the first in this fictional American history. Using Nathaniel Hawthorne's observation that "families are always rising and falling in America," Wright looks into the forces that shape destinies and memories, ultimately resulting in a fine story about the the effect success and tragedy can have on people and their families.
THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed by Snowden Wright on the title page at the store. It is a new, unread first edition opened only for signing and comes with a certificate authenticating the signature. Published in February, 2019 by William Morrow, an imprint of Harpercollins.
SNOWDEN WRIGHT (shown below from our Wall of Fame) is considered one of the South's finest young writers from whom we expect many more great works. He has previously worked as a fiction writer for The New Yorker, The Paris Review, and Esquire, and is a graduate of both Harvard and Columbia. Thank you Snowden Wright for signing our books.