by Annie Neugebauer
Trying to catch the lull
between August heat
and the far side of gloaming,
I tug weed after weed
Taste the single bite that won barbecue legend Melissa Cookston $5,000 at the Kingsford Invitational Barbecue Competition?
Ranging from soul, gospel and instrumental to experimental, these six bands are redefining what it means for music to be Southern.
Over the weekend, a friend told me about Jack Daniel's whiskey barrels being sold at Home Depot as planters. The Lafayette store had plenty of them, priced at $31.99, so I picked up two on Sunday for planting my tomatoes.
Stand and wear comfortable shoes, because nobody sits at a Stringdusters show.
10 Big-Time Literary Drunks. Writing about the grotesque, a big announcement from Joshilyn Jackson, the world premiere of a new documentary about Alice Walker and a review of "Vampires in the Lemon Grove" in Literary News. Wendy Wax and the New Orleans Tennessee Williams Festival in Literary Events. And a pair of poems in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
by Martin Bennett
of torn coastal plain
ripped apart by cotton
by Jason Stocks
I can't understand your
words so why try.
Space is vindictive
culture shocks to maim
It's a big year in film for Jack Kerouac fans. There's no better way to celebrate his birthday today than to reread your Kerouac favorites in anticipation for these upcoming adaptations.
Kentucky's sleeping prophet is being channeled this weekend in Hopkinsville.