Get a taste of the "Breakfast at Tiffany's Collection" from New Orleans' Windsor Court.
An essay by Aleyna Rentz, whose grandfather went to school in Georgia with J.D. Salinger.
Harper Lee gets most of the claims to fame when it comes to Alabama's hometown authors, but Truman Capote was just as inspired by the small town of Monroeville.
An interview with 'The Swans of Fifth Avenue' author Melanie Benjamin about the events that led to Truman Capote's celebrity downfall.
Inside Truman Capote's famous costume parties—from Alabama to New York.
Truman Capote continues to support writers from beyond the grave with the largest cash prize for literary criticism in his name.
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.
Cerith Mathias talks to Peter Haag and Anuschka Roshani, who discovered Truman Capote's previously unpublished early works.
Cerith Mathias talks to Darren Julien, who is auctioning off Truman Capote's ashes from the estate of Joanne Carson this weekend.
As America celebrates the 50th anniversary of 'In Cold Blood,' we examine the life, work, celebrity and legacy of author Truman Capote.