An interview with 'Shoulder Bones' author Mary Sellers, the imagery that inspired Savannah's lesser known author, upcoming book festivals and a short story about going home. Happy Literary Friday!
An interview with Mary Sellers about her new short story collection Shoulder Bones.
When they pulled into the driveway of the all-brick home, Jay didn’t flinch. He sat dazed by nothing but the structure before him–almost startled by how familiar things felt. The memories swarmed within him
Continuing our discussion of Lyle Saxon's 'Children of Strangers.'
First in a series of photo essays depicting Savannah, Georgia.
A new version of the Mardi Gras treat incorporates Cajun delicacies from South Louisiana.
Make this fancy French lasagna that substitutes crepes for noodles at home.
A Southern comfort food recipe from Rye Chef Michael Rigot.
Winter isn't everyone's favorite time to hit the beach, but it's the best time to go exploring on Georgia’s Jekyll Island.
Twitter chat & giveaway with Hunter Murphy, Books & Film notes for week 2, the 2015 Edgar Nominees, upcoming literary festivals and a new fiction about a Mardi Gras Indian. Happy Literary Friday!