Elvis Is Dead And I Don’t Feel Too Good Myself
By Lewis Grizzard
Softcover, 224 pages ($15.95)
Grizzard died in 1994, but he left behind a legacy of wry humorous commentary from a decidedly Southern perspective, authoring more than two dozen books and a widely popular syndicated Atlanta Journal Constitution newspaper column. This title, originally released in 1984, is a warm, welcome return to his witty, satiric chronicle of coming to grips with the changing times as the idyllic 1950s of his youth gave way to the turbulent ’60s, the disco ’70s and the “awesome” ’80s.