"We all have our own kinds of freakishness and grotesqueries, celebrated or hidden." - an interview with Susan Swartwout
An interview with Alabama writer and humorist Rick Bragg.
An interview with Kristy Woodson Harvey upon the release of her second novel.
The Ernest J. Gaines Literary Award winner talks about pop culture, rap music and the political extremes of California and Georgia.
An interview with debut author Hester Young, who sets her Southern Gothic thriller on a South Louisiana plantation.
'The Scribe' is a mystery that explores 1880s Atlanta, industrialization, race relations, and the city as a symbol of the New South.
The Louisiana writer uses a real-life cave and 1980 murder case to set the scene in his latest literary thriller.
America's prolific travel writer journeys to a new, exotic region in his latest book Deep South.
The bestselling author talks about the struggle between darkness and lightness and landscape as destiny in his new novel — and the importance of writing every day.
'The Silent Sister' author returns to the theme of family secrets in her new novel 'Pretending to Dance.'