Macy V. Butler
Macy V. Butler is an author, publisher, and historian. He is the co-author of Gloria, whom he met when he was an Arkansas wildlife officer rescuing two abandoned baby Great Horned Owls (photo by Gloria Brodbeck Howell).
A CHILD OF THE DEPRESSION
My World Through a Camera
CoAuthors: Gloria Rae Brodbeck Howell and Macy V. Butler
GENRE: Memoir/Photo Book
A collection of the journalistic and photographic work of Gloria Rae Brodbeck Howell.
Walk with D.I.G.N.I.T.Y.
Doing in God's Name Incredible Things Yourself
A compelling story by Macy V. Butler, a veteran civil rights activist. He tells how a group of concerned black men of faith came together to take a life or death stand against the drug and street gang violence amongst the Crips and Bloods in Little Rock Arkansas during late 80's and early 90's.
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More About Macy V. Butler
Macy was featured in a SelfPublishingUS Author Spotlight. Read more about the book Gloria and how these two coauthors met.