Karen Russell's Southern Gothic novel set in the Florida Everglades borders on cinematic.
This is a book about beauty and age, about the blessings and curses of each, and how the true beauty of a person - on the inside - never fades.
Ellen F. Brown and John Wiley Jr. have created a sort of biography of the "Gone With the Wind" phenomenon that reads like an intriguing international mystery.
In the style of Jill Conner Browne's "Sweet Potato Queens," Anna Fields goes inside the debutante culture of the South.
A true "coming of age" story about growing up in rural Alabama, "South Wind Rising" details the adventures and heartaches of schoolboy Barsh Roberts.
Shome Dasgupta’s debut chapbook evokes memories of days spent in the schoolyard, that first crush and the trials of growing up.
With more expertise than most first-time novelists, Bailey spins a tale that makes you want to keep turning the pages.