Mandy Shunnarah reviews the new book by Legendary Shack Shakers frontman J.D. Wilkes and asks him about the Southern legends and folk demons that served as inspiration.
The Alabama writer's first short story collection in over a decade reaffirms him as a major voice in contemporary Southern literature.
Michael Farris Smith talks about his new novel 'Desperation Road,' called "an important literary event" by Robert Olen Butler.
Tennessee author Kevin Wilson tells an intriguing story about a "family" that raises 10 children collectively.
Filled with suspense, 'The Marriage Lie' asks the question: How well do you know your spouse?
Mississippi native Mary Miller talks about her new short story collection 'Always Happy Hour,' filled with unhappy couples and women who don't want to turn out like their mothers.
The New Year promises to be a triumphant one for Southern authors.
2016 was a year filled with delicious new cookbooks, covering everything from breakfast all the way through dessert.
North Carolina bed and breakfast innkeepers share their favorite books to read in front of the fire.