Kiese Laymon expertly juxtaposes his personal experience with his discussion of American histories of violence, discrimination and potential for change in his newest, wholly relevant, aptly named memoir 'Heavy.'
In 'Waiting For You at Midnight,' New Orleans author Vicki Salloum paints a portrait of a widowed woman grieving her husband while also searching for someone to take his place.
The Louisiana Book Festival is fast approaching the second Saturday in November, and we have some suggestions to help navigate the jam-packed schedule.
Author Patti Callahan Henry explores one of the 20th century's great romances in her new book 'Becoming Mrs. Lewis.'
Join in the discussion of part two of the book before we wrap up our readalong Oct. 21.
Join in the discussion about part one of the book.
We talk to North Carolina author Diane Chamberlain about why 'The Dream Daughter' is different from anything she's written before and how she pushes the boundaries of faith and science in what might be her best novel yet.
Read along with us on Diane Chamberlain's latest book 'The Dream Daughter' in a discussion led by Sheila Athens.
Nineteen of the latest releases in genres spanning from mysteries to historical and debut fiction, memoir, young adult and magical realism.
'Our Prince of Scribes: Writers Remember Pat Conroy' is out now from UGA Press and one of our Fall/Winter Reads.