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Presented by the Savannah College of Art and Design, this short-film documentary tells the story of runaway slaves William and Ellen Craft.

With only his most famous novel still in print, late West Virginia author Hubert Skidmore is a literary tragedy who deserves to be remembered.

An interview with 'Dark and Shallow Lies' author Ginny Myers Sain.

In his highly anticipated debut novel, Nguyen masterfully crafts a 27-year-long struggle for a family of three Vietnamese refugees attempting to reconcile their new home with their personal identities.

There are many notable works of Southern lit, but it only takes one title to make readers fall in love with this genre.

28 of the latest beach reads, author debuts, mysteries and story collections from down South.

A review of Ann McCutchan's 'The Life She Wished to Live: A Biography of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.'

Some of the answers to life's greatest mysteries are hidden in the pages of a great novel.

A new book about James Hoban explores the life and work of the designer and builder of the White House, who was based in Charleston.

Featuring authors such as Eudora Welty and William Faulkner as well as contemporary writers including Jesmyn Ward and Donna Tartt, this new book by W. Ralph Eubanks reveals the deep connection between the land and literature.