John Shelton Reed's new book about a circle of bohemians in the 1920s French Quarter belongs on the bookshelves of fans of New Orleans and its history.
We took a lot of baths together in the weeks after Hannah was born—she, her dad David, and I—all jammed into the tub together, stewing in a sort of family soup. Neither one of us wanted to be farther than a few feet from her or from each other
Yesterday, O'Connor Symposium committee member and UL Lafayette English professor Dr. Mary Ann Wilson was interviewed about her literary find on the university's public radio station.
This week's ghost story from The Moonlit Road is an excerpt from a novel of the same name by 2011 Shirley Jackson Award winner Sheri Holman. Being called a masterpiece of the new Southern Gothic, Holman's tale of a family tragedy stretches from Depression-era Appalachia to modern New York City.
Filming of James Franco's version of William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying" is wrapping up in Mississippi, and photos and news have started to leak from the set.
"The" flea market for the South is happening this Thursday and promises everything from homemade bottle tree chandeliers to jewelry, furniture and even baked goods.
We made our first gumbo of the season at the end of September, but we admit we jumped the gun a bit. With temperatures in the '60s, gumbo weather is here now!
Can this delicious Southern pantry staple yourself.
If seven denotes perfection, Edwin McCain's annual pairing of music and food nailed it this year.
by Judy Garrison
Celebrate the culture of America in Virginia's capital this weekend.