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Begin 2021 with these comforting, thought-provoking and fun Southern reads.

Since dropping his gut-punch novella 'Sophia' in 2015, Michael Bible has emerged as heir apparent to syntactic virtuoso and Southern legend Barry Hannah.

From Faulkner to Capote, there's a lot to be learned from the greats of Southern literature.

Where better to uncover the warm, nostalgic embrace of Christmases gone by than in the pages of Truman Capote’s short story "A Christmas Memory"?

After a nine-year break, Kentucky writer Bobbie Ann Mason returns to the literary scene with her new novel, 'Dear Ann.'

Read an excerpt from New Orleans' bounce queen Big Freedia's memoir, out in paperback today.

Swann does more than craft a mesmerizing murder mystery: he illustrates trauma with the priority being authenticity instead of severity.

Not all audiobooks live up to expectations, but some narrators can offer a whole new depth of experience.

R.J. Jacobs builds up to this Nashville-set mystery about a musician and her stalker.

Alabama's Yaa Gyasi's lastest novel is a thousand-piece puzzle, a masterpiece, a work of grit.