"We all have our own kinds of freakishness and grotesqueries, celebrated or hidden." - an interview with Susan Swartwout
An interview with debut author Hester Young, who sets her Southern Gothic thriller on a South Louisiana plantation.
There once was a house with a white picket fence.
Smiles and I love yous were all around and dinner was on the table every night
Interview & chat with Lori Roy, read the first chapter of 'Go Set A Watchman,' Flannery O'Connor gets another Little Free Library, the inaugural Mississippi Book Festival & a Southern Gothic summer story. Happy Literary Friday!
How the Edgar Award-winning author creates suspense in her third novel set on a Kentucky lavender farm.
Preparing for summer reading, Southern Gothic films, a Wine & Sign with Mary Kay Andrews in Literary Events, plus a poem about Tennessee Williams in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
TurnRow Books owner Jamie Kornegay's debut novel 'Soil' is a longtime coming for both the author and the town of Greenwood, Mississippi.
An interview with Mary Sellers about her new short story collection Shoulder Bones.
Granny Enid didn't want to take me in at first. The social worker really had to work at her to get her to agree to it. I thought it was me — maybe she thought I was bad luck or jinxed or something