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.
Kudzu preys on everything, even troubled characters, in Mississippi writer Michael Farris Smith's latest novel 'Blackwood.'