Young Miranda is going to be famous. She is going to be in the movies and fly aeroplanes.
The War to End all Wars, the Flu of 1918, and the Great Depression combined to destroy the dreams of children.
The hoodoo was watching when her father burned Miranda’s gris-gris.
Death was not an obstacle. Albee knew how to make the Miranda famous.
Large dreams for a girl from the deep south in 1915.
They did not deter the optimistic child on her way to immortality.
Miranda’s friend Albee helped her to fulfill the dream of being famous. Against the family’s wishes, Albee fixes the future for the child she helped bring into the world.
Some Voodoo is for the Dead.