Brendan Galvin reviews 'Little Wanderer,' a new volume of poetry by Jennifer Horne.
Poet Sara Pirkle Hughes reviews Anya Krugovoy Silver's new collection 'From Nothing.'
Mandy Shunnarah reviews the new book by Legendary Shack Shakers frontman J.D. Wilkes and asks him about the Southern legends and folk demons that served as inspiration.
Tennessee author Kevin Wilson tells an intriguing story about a "family" that raises 10 children collectively.
A delectable mix of magic, fate and what it means to belong, 'The Secret Ingredient of Wishes' is a gleaming illustration of the stories we all embody.
'The Orphan Mother' by Robert Hicks is a post-American Civil War story in divided Tennessee, where citizens and their families become wrapped up in a political war.
A story of truths and lies, of good and bad, of fear and bravery, Donna Everhart's 'The Education of Dixie Dupree' is a moving narrative as fearless as its title character.
Atlanta author Zoe Fishman tells a touching story of two lost and emotionally damaged women who develop a friendship that helps repair their broken souls.
The 'Serena' author's new novel set in Appalachia captures the torturous nature of the human condition.
In her debut novel, Kristy Woodson Harvey tells the stories of two polar opposite Southern women, connected by one of the strongest bonds there is: motherhood.