A summer read that celebrates the healing power of food and the importance of finding a place to call home.
A guest post by Canadian author Michael Hiebert about dreaming up a fictional town in Alabama for his first novel.
North Carolina meets Cape Cod in Erika Marks' new book "The Guest House."
The inside story on "Miss Dreamsville" and a book that captures the charm of Florida and joy of reading.
Screenwriter turned novelist Attica Locke's second book is a mystery set on a Louisiana plantation.
The author of "Hemingway's Girl" talks about being inspired by Key West, channeling Papa for her new book and what literary figure she's writing about next.
The Mississippi-born author talks about her new book, race relations in her home state and what she's reading this summer.
by Erin Z. Bass
The author of the Teeny Templeton series talks red velvet cake, secret family recipes and reveals the title of her next book before tomorrow's Twitter chat.
An interview with Cory MacLauchlin and review of his new biography on John Kennedy Toole, "Butterfly in the Typewriter," by Hunter Murphy.
An interview with Joshilyn Jackson.
by Joe Mayes
New York Times bestselling author Joshilyn Jackson visited Malaprop's Bookstore in Asheville, North Carolina, on February 12 to talk about her latest book, “A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty” (released January 25 by Grand Central Publishing). Before she met with more than 30 ardent fans in the bookstore’s café to read passages from and sign copies of her new book, Jackson sat down for a conversation that covered everything from writing and publishing to boyfriends, Krispy Kreme donuts and selling babies.