by Jacob Lambert
As the train came to a shuddering halt, Thomas Little stepped down the steel steps and out into the dry summer air. In the distance, he could see an immense pond, one surround by a forest that seemed to threaten the very integrity of the above crystalline sky. The humidity, along with the multitudes of insects swarming around his sweaty, waxen face,
Rereading "The Great Gatsby" for the first time since high school by Rebecca Lynn Aulph.
With retailers from Tiffany's to Brooks Brothers rolling out Gatsby collections in anticipation of the film, there's no excuse not to dress the part on May 10.
Thoughts on Baz Luhrmann's interpretation of "The Great Gatsby" from some of the book's biggest fans.
Uplifting Nighties is the first full line of sleepwear designed to give women a boost.
We kick off Gatsby Week with a peek inside the Fitzgerald Museum's annual gala, where the Jazz Age lives on and the champagne flows freely.
Countdown to Gatsby. 10 Things I Learned at the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival plus video of the Stanley and Stella Shouting Contest. Thomas Wolfe's Big Extravagance. Saints and Sinners Literary Festival with Dorothy Allison in Literary Events. And new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Highlights from this year's event, held March 20-24 in New Orleans.
My name — is Paris Hilton, and I am a man, which does me no favors in a Southern town. I am not heir to any dynasty, I have never made a sex video that was viewed by anyone of importance, and I am not a goddamned socialite. My parents merely had an unnatural obsession with Homer
Celebrating creativity in Alabama, Southern Makers is a one-day event on May 5 that will bring together handpicked top talent, from chefs, farmers, breweries, artists, architects and designers all in one place.