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These novelists draw upon their evocative Southern heritages and sharp observations to invigorate the genre of Southern literature.

Cook from Mandy Mikulencak's new book about a prison cook who prepares final means for inmates on death row.

In the spirit of Iceland's Christmas Book Food, give a book this year.

Deep South is pleased to reveal the jacket art for Kent Wascom's latest Gulf South novel.

A guest post by author Heather Bell Adams.

26 of the latest fiction releases, mysteries, short story compilations, long-awaited followups and even a micro-memoir to enjoy as the seasons change. 

Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play "A Streetcar Named Desire" has been named the 2017 "One Book, One Festival" selection. 

An excerpt and recipe from 'Cook & Tell: Recipes and Stories from Southern Kitchens' by Johnathan Barrett. 

A review of Nick White's debut novel about a Mississippi summer camp centered on gay conversion therapy. 

Debut author J.C. Sasser is as unassuming about the beauty of her novel 'Gradle Bird' as her main character of the same name is about her gravitational force. 

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