Part one of a series on traveling the Georgia Grown Trail, with stops at Horse Creek Winery, Georgia Olive Farms and Country Lane Daylilies.
Literary bands. The release of new summer reads. Our next Twitter chat. Book giveaways. (Un)required reading, including 100 of the best first lines from novels. Remembering William Faulkner in literary events & new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Stepping inside the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, is like stepping inside the artist's world for an hour or two. Its skylit interior of warm Southern yellow pine is a glowing backdrop for Anderson's depictions of the plants, animals and people of the Gulf Coast.
Chat with Kimberly Brock & a giveaway of "The River Witch." The first Chattooga River Festival celebrates the 40th anniversary of "Deliverance." Zach Galifianakis & the new poet laureate of the United States in literary news. Eudora Welty & Ernest Hemingway in literary events & poetry about fried chicken in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
by Rebecca Lynn Aulph If you find yourself canoeing down the Chattooga River June 22-24, and you happen to hear banjo music, don't start paddling in the opposite direction. Instead, head toward the first annual Chattooga River Festival.
Windies have been traveling the "Gone With the Wind" trail for years, but for regular fans of Margaret Mitchell's masterpiece, a new, official trail of sites in and around Atlanta makes it easy to discover the story's history and legacy.