Depicting Louisiana from Kate Chopin to 'Swamp People.'
Noir with a Southern accent from graphic novelist Nevada McPherson, Books & Film notes for Kate Chopin, a Dr. Seuss exhibit in New Orleans and a pair of Southern Gothic stories in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Granny Enid didn't want to take me in at first. The social worker really had to work at her to get her to agree to it. I thought it was me — maybe she thought I was bad luck or jinxed or something
My father told me that our church had a belly. It was named nave and sat at the very center of the cross, in the meat where the two structural lines crossed. I never saw anyone feed the nave
A guest post by graphic novelist Nevada McPherson.
A long history of musical diversity, from Sidney Lanier to the Allman Brothers, thrives with the grand opening of Mercer University’s Robert McDuffie Center for Strings.
Two Best Picture noiminees depict the South on screen.
Plus cocktails, cupcakes, doughnuts and more as this Mardi Gras treat evolves from its humble roots.
A bucket list by Atlanta debut novelist Colleen Oakley.
Author Colleen Oakley's bucket list before she goes, a Mississippi River road trip, Key West Literary Seminar this weekend, plus a poem about burning pine. Happy Literary Friday!