A review of Kim Michele Richardson's 'The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek.'
Set amidst the racial tensions of 1960s America, 'One Night in Georgia' is a beautifully woven commentary on race in America.
'The Summer Guests' is a beautifully woven tale of identity, self-discovery and the relationships that make us who we are.
Set at a wealthy private school in Prince Williams County, 'At Briarwood' follows Lenore Littlefield and her eclectic group of friends.
Kentucky writer James Markert's latest novel revolves around a hotel where artists, actors, scientists and engineers came to leave their worries behind.
In 'Every True Pleasure: LGBTQ Tales of North Carolina,' Wilton Barnhardt curates a collection of stories highlighting the diversity of LGBTQ+ experience in North Carolina.
A story of friendship and betrayal, 'Zora and Langston' tells the story of one of the most famous literary relationships of the 20th century.
'The Weight of a Piano,' though set into motion by a series of tragic circumstances, is anything but a tragedy.
Carnival time in Steph Post's Texas means something entirely different from New Orleans.
Kiese Laymon expertly juxtaposes his personal experience with his discussion of American histories of violence, discrimination and potential for change in his newest, wholly relevant, aptly named memoir 'Heavy.'