An interview with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author who still lives and writes in New Orleans.
The Louisiana native's first book "The Blood of Heaven" takes a band of brothers across the Southern frontier and introduces us to some legendary figures in American history.
An interview with Rita Leganski, author of "The Silence of Bonaventure Arrow."
This Mississippian's debut novel draws readers into a Gulf Coast landscape where nearly all has been lost and survival and redemption are paramount.
The story of a contemporary Southern family coming apart at the seams, North Carolina native Wilton Barnhardt's new novel "Lookaway, Lookaway" hit bookshelves this week.
Author Mary Alice Monroe shares her love of the Carolina coast and explains why her books are best read by the sea.
The author of "Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt" returns with a new book inspired by growing up on her grandparents farm.
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."