The gardener threw him out,
when he found him sleeping,
in the shed,
Southern women once wore
disguises and hid behind masks
Giveaway for a new journal set from IndieBound, 'Go Set A Watchman' has a cover, Capote makes it to television and a poem about Mississippi in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Mud womb, fossil, mother-speak,
first breath, bread, breadth of horizon—
catch-all for floods and storms
A refreshing cocktail that takes advantage of strawberry season.
Seven years old on a dried up tobacco farm.
I am running through rows of hard-packed sod, no more tobacco to grow
A nontraditional take on pecan pie for National Pecan Day.
How different now the pasture, nurturing
scrub pines, sweet gums, blackjacks
the livestock long gone. But Houston's horse
Actress Brenda Currin talks about her life as a Welty lover and adapter in celebration of the author's birthday.