In her new young adult novel, Amy Brashear retells Truman Capote's classic 'In Cold Blood' from the perspective of a teenage girl.
More Capote news, the Louisiana Book Festival takes flight, John Kennedy Toole goes digital and a Pat Conroy Literary Festival this weekend.
Retired Alabama professor Ralph Voss—whose first introduction to the real-life story told in Truman Capote's In Cold Blood was as a teenager growing up in Kansas—talks about living with the book and why it remains a phenomenon 50 years later.
As America celebrates the 50th anniversary of 'In Cold Blood,' we examine the life, work, celebrity and legacy of author Truman Capote.
Giveaway for a new journal set from IndieBound, 'Go Set A Watchman' has a cover, Capote makes it to television and a poem about Mississippi in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Twitter chat with Natalie Baszile and Lalita Tademy, Brenda Currin on filming 'In Cold Blood,' a day of giving for Flannery's Farm and new fiction about women trying to leave their husbands. Happy Literary Friday!
September 30 kicked off the American Society of Journalists and Authors' Banned Books Week. Started in 1982, the campaign was a reaction to schools and libraries pulling books off the shelves because of their objections to language and subject matter.