|Publisher||University of Florida Press|
|Media type||Print (Softcover)|
Set in Florida, Matecumbe is a small, character-driven story detailing the relationship of a mother and daughter, both divorced and living parallel lives. The book was abandoned by Michener when Random House urged for more of his larger, epic-scope novels. It was published during the 10th anniversary year after his death (and the 100th anniversary year of his birth) in its unpolished state.
- Michener: A Writer's Journey, Stephen May, University of Oklahoma Press, 2005
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