Make a visit to the hometown of Zelda Fitzgerald one of your resolutions this year.
by Erin Z. Bass
Rebecca Lynn Aulph on the aftermath of National Novel Writing Month.
A new documentary film agrees that soul food tastes good, but asks is it worth it?
January Twitter chats. F. Scott Fitzgerald in drag, plus gay book characters turned straight. Top cities for book lovers and a culinary library in New Orleans. The Key West Literary Seminar and Girlfriend Weekend in Literary Events, plus new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
by Fred Shelton
At 4:15 a.m., the New Orleans−bound passenger train made its scheduled stop at Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where I disembarked, along with several other passengers, one of whom I recognized as a student at Carey
Actors Emma Stone and Seth MacFarlane announced the 2013 Academy Award nominations this morning, and we're glad to see some of the past year's excellent Southern films getting their due.
Storyteller Greg Screws stops by Decatur's Princess Theatre to further hone his craft this Friday.
We're so thrilled that Richmond, Virginia, native Shirley MacLaine is guest starring on this season of "Downtown Abbey" so that we finally have an excuse to talk about the PBS hit show.
Each January, Zora Neale Hurston's hometown of Eatonville, Florida, remembers its native writer at the Zora! Festival. It's an appropriate time, as Hurston's birthday is January 7, and she died on January 28.
Our January Twitter chat schedule. Tennessee Williams upon meeting Mother Theresa. Books to look forward to in 2013. Famous authors playing in the snow. Women writers tougher than Hemingway. Holly Goddard Jones on her debut novel. And new fiction in Southern Voice. Literary Friday is back!