A cursed plantation, final secrets from our 'Silent Sister' readalong, books that go bump in the night, the new Southern Gothic, Louisiana Book Festival this weekend and new fiction about a wolf boy. Happy Halloween!
You couldn’t tell by looking at him now that Clint Truelove spent the first fourteen years of his life living in the wild. They said he was left in the woods as a baby and nurtured by a pack of wolves
The guest writer sidles in, half-empty long-neck
dangling from two fingers, compact frame
listing like a clapboard shotgun shack
A cursed plantation, bloody murder-suicide and key figures from Louisiana history make 'The Cottoncrest Curse' a thrilling read.
The Florida author talks about his first book for young adults, his favorite characters and taking his work to cable TV.
The Crescent City shows its artsy side through sculpture, a citywide installation and activist project through the winter.
Our interview with Carl Hiaasen, 'The Silent Sister' readalong part two, 50 of the scariest short stories, the Texas Book Festival this weekend and new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Sprawled in six inches of warm tub water, Clarissa studied her belly as it rose and fell above the water line. Seeing it with a critical eye, it reminded her of a dolphin, shiny white and shaped like a torpedo
A Savor the South recipe inspired by White Lily flour.
Wondering where to venture on your next culinary excursion?