Ruth Coe Chambers

The text you type here will appear directly below the image


Crimson Love in Issue 51.

Water's Edge Magazine
Assorted articles and profiles for the Jacksonville-based magazine

Changing Places
A play in two acts set in the mid-1960s South, Changing Places opens on the day of a funeral and examines the twists and turns in the lives of the deceased, his widow and his sister. Grown old hating each other, the widow and sister reveal their true personalities.

The Chinaberry Album
The Chinaberry Album tells a stately, genteel coming of age story about Anna Lee Owens, daughter of a deputy sheriff in Bay Harbor, a town on Florida’s Gulf Coast. With insight and a wealth of local color, the author deftly summarizes an entire way of life in a few words.

Selected Works

Magazine Articles
Crimson Love
Examines the twists and turns in the lives of the deceased, his widow and sister.
Literary Works
“... a delicious period piece, full of the authentic flavor of the deep South."
--Rosemary Daniell
Author of Fatal Flowers and writing coach "Heat Lightning is a moving read you'll be sad to see end.
--Carol Costello
WRITE IN THE ZONE blogger and author of Chasing Grace: A Novel of Odd Redemption "An enthralling read . . . Anna Lee (is) a character you won't soon forget."
-- Adair Lara
Writing coach and author of Naked, Drunk and Writing