by William Miller Up and down the main street of Dover someone is driving a green hearse with tinted windows
Nobody does Southern grotesque better than Georgia author Flannery O'Connor. Characters with missing limbs, mysterious bulges, wooden legs and faces blue with acne. Her stories are a never-ending freak show
If you're a fan of Halloween itself, then you're probably a fan of John Carpenter's 1978 movie by the same name. The Michael Myers house from the movie is located in Pasadena, California, but thanks to a North Carolina couple Southerners now have access to a replica of the house of horrors.
South Louisiana's Dockside Studio has seen its fair share of famous musicians. B.B. King, Arcade Fire and BeauSoleil have all recorded there, so it's no surprise that Lost Bayou Ramblers' hauntingly beautiful new album "Mammoth Waltz" was made there.
Upcoming Twitter chat with Michael Morris. Halloween literary fun. Inside the App with Edgar Allan Poe & The Raven Society. The Flannery O'Connor Soundboard in Literary News. A book festival for every weekend in Literary Events & a story about a dead body in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!