The mother of all booksignings. Literary cakes good enough to eat. News on Flannery O'Connor's Prayer Journal. Voting for The Great American Novel. Amy Franklin-Willis in (Non)Required Viewing. To Kill a Mockingbird in Literary Events, and new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
by James Redd
He awoke on Ray Williams’ couch and made himself a tall glass of water and drank it quickly with an open throat. Then he grabbed another mason jar of whiskey and walked to the front porch where Ray sat in whicker chairs with Houston, Lou Godwin’s boy. Houston was drinking from a full bottle but stopped drinking to laugh for a moment
It's always a good time to book a room at The Alluvian Hotel in Greenwood, Mississippi, but specials leading into April make this a must-do getaway for spring.
Combining rice, mushrooms, shrimp and crabmeat, this casserole is a perfect dinner option during Lent.
Texas's longest Azalea Trail can be found in Tyler, with blooms set to burst this month.
Chefs across Georgia will reveal layers of their own talent as well as the versatility of the famous Vidalia onion at the second-annual Golden Onion cooking competition next month.
Explore why Nashville has been deemed the "it" city of 2013. by Hope S. Philbrick of Getaways for Grownups
Highlights and news from the Southern states following last month's Travel South Showcase in Little Rock, Arkansas, plus video of the Peabody Ducks.
Chef Marisa Baggett is on a roll creating Southern-inspired sushi in Memphis (recipe included).
Juilliard in Aiken brings a South Carolina town back to its roots this month.