An interview with John Malahy, author of 'Summer Movies,' the newest book in the TCM library.
As part of the Virtual Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, author Augustin J. Correro will host "Tennessee Williams 101" on March 27.
As we collect submissions for National Poetry Month, we wanted to shine a light on one Southern-based poet with a unique ability for storytelling.
After a nine-year break, Kentucky writer Bobbie Ann Mason returns to the literary scene with her new novel, 'Dear Ann.'
After publishing a memoir and two poetry collections, David Armand, an award-winning Louisiana author, has released 'The Lord's Acre.'
An interview with Samantha Downing, author of summer read 'He Started It.'
A rags to riches story that turns deadly, Stranger in the Lake explores how far people will go to keep a secret.
It's the season for small town scandals and big-time secrets in Mary Kay Andrews' latest beach read.
'The Grip Of It' author talks kudzu, haunted houses and women writing horror.