Named for a Dallas neighborhood steeped in music history, Deep Ellum is a novel about family ties that draws heavily on place.
On shelves today, Oxford author Lisa Howorth's debut novel Flying Shoes is described as a gimlet-eyed snapshot of the South.
The debut author talks about the power of friendship upon the release of her book 'The Right Thing.'
Beach read queen Mary Kay Andrews' new book Save the Date is out this week. We talk to her from her Tybee beach house about writing, weddings and finding true love.
An interview with Alabama poet, writer and avid gardener Jennifer Horne.
An interview with the poet whose new book Pantry brings to life kitchen objects in order to explore our domestic lives.
The award-winning Louisiana author talks about being a Southern writer, getting out from under Faulkner's shadow and what he's working on next.
Available March 15, 'American Afterlife' by Atlanta author Kate Sweeney delves into life, death and everything in between.
Upon the debut of his second novel, the North Carolina author talks about his sense of place, love of baseball and responsibility to his community.
The author of The Storycatcher talks about the lure of Black Mountain and seeing ghosts before our Twitter chat.