Minton Sparks fuses music, poetry, and her intoxicating gift
for storytelling to paint word pictures of the rural South that
put you square in the middle of the people and the places
she knows like the back of her hand.
|"I have seen Minton Sparks.
And if she’s not the ghost child of [Flannery O'Connor] and [Hank Williams], then cotton doesn’t grow in a cotton field."
— Rocker, Marshall Chapman
Click here to read a write-up of Minton's work in The Huffington Post, or read a feature article on Minton in Native Magazine here (p. 57).