As we head into what will be the first federally recognized Juneteenth celebration, here is a look at what communities in several Southern states will be doing to commemorate the day.
Local and national authors descended on Jackson for the second-annual Mississippi Book Festival last month.
These four Southern retreats promise to provide inspiration, instruction and transform your writing.
New evening hours and monthly open mics make Flannery O'Connor's Milledgeville home more accessible.
Photographer Raymond Smith's 1974 cross-country road trip is on view at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Once shuttered theme park Land of Oz on Beech Mountain reopens in June for tours.
"Oh, the Places You'll Go!" exhibition opens at The Striped Hat gallery in celebration of 25 years since Dr. Seuss's final book.
A new exhibit at LSU Museum combines the pop art of Hunt Slonem with centuries-old antiques.
An interview with the 2016 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival Shouting Contest winner.
The University of Tennessee's poetry reading series continues through April 18 with Affrilachian poet Nikky Finney up next.
Author James Lee Burke's famous character "comes home" to Iberia Parish, Louisiana, April 8-10.