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Get some of the most exciting literary gatherings in the South on your calendar.

The South offers endless opportunities for your spring getaway.

See the author's Cracker-style house, typewriter that wrote 'The Yearling' and surrounding citrus grove at Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park.

Winner of the Tartts Fiction Award, Amos Jasper Wright IV announces his book of short stories that attempts to come to terms with the modern South. 

Von Diaz shares recipes and stories from Puerto Rico to the Deep South.

Sip on a "heart starter" and learn about presidential families at Harry S. Truman's vacation home in Key West. 

Read all of the Race in Place winning stories.

The 2017 Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence winner talks about her debut novel, inspired by a 1903 essay by W.E.B. Du Bois. 

As the holidays wind down, along with the temperatures, make a resolution to curl up with some new reads.

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

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