Chef Linda Harrell's winning recipe from last year's Atlanta Meatball Festival.
Wrapping up summer reading with a chilling novel by Julia Heaberlin, Harper Lee and Truman Capote's friendship in fiction, a remake of Alex Haley's 'Roots' and Murder & Mayhem in Key West this weekend. Happy Literary Friday!
He woke up in the field behind the marble orchard, where ladybugs and tiny ants marched hungrily through the jungles of his arm hair. He breathed in deeply
Texas author Julia Heaberlin prepares for the release of her new hardback thriller 'Black-Eyed Susans.'
Interview & chat with Billy Coffey, win a copy of 'Black-Eyed Susans,' read a newly discovered Fitzgerald story and watch the trailer for Gillian Flynn's 'Dark Places,' plus new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
One Mississippi county’s rebellion against the Confederacy comes to life on the big screen next year.
From mountain massages and views to seasonal scrubs and polishes, experience the ultimate rest and relaxation before summer's end.
Subject of the upcoming film "The Free State of Jones," Mississippi's Newton Knight is remembered in his home of Jones County as both a hero and a scoundrel.
'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society' author's new novel examines how we view history through a charming cast of characters and plot that hinges around the Federal Writers Project.
Marking 10 years since Hurricane Katrina with a collection of images that depict an altered — yet renewed — city.