An interview with Cajun expat and author Ken Wheaton, Labor Day reads, the Decatur Book Festival this weekend, and a short story about a nasturtium that creeps into a marriage. Happy Literary Friday!
She couldn’t see what was actually there — the landscaping. All she could see were dollar signs, thousands of them suspended in mid-air, floating over each new plant, each well-placed sprinkler head, every curve of terraced orderliness on the hillside
A Cajun in New York finds comfort through food, dialect and writing.
An upcoming Bentonville cookoff proves the northwest Arkansas town is much more than just home to Wal-Mart and fancy art.
End of summer book giveaway & an interview with Lisa Wingate, a BIG calendar of Literary Events and a short story about lemon trees in Florida. Happy Literary Friday!
As a followup to her 2013 release The Prayer Box, Lisa Wingate returns with The Story Keeper and takes readers on an enchanting journey through the Appalachian Mountains.
Daddy died when I was a baby. Mama says that when I was born, and daddy still had steady hands, he could hold me in just one palm and rock me to sleep. She says he would smile while I tried to keep my eyes open just to stare at his.
“She’s more beautiful than the stars,”
A made-from-scratch recipe from Southern favorite Tupelo Honey Cafe.
A favorite recipe from Tupelo Honey Cafe Executive Chef Brian Sonoskus.
A Knoxville artists residency encourages writers and visual artists to create out of new experiences.