An interview with 'The Mostly True Story of Tanner & Louise' author Colleen Oakley.
New England folklorist uncovers dozens of recordings of a North Carolina folk singer recorded for the WPA.
Debut author Harris's novel is set during the waning days of the Civil War and gives readers a chance to see themselves in the characters.
An interview with author Stacy Willingham, whose debut novel 'A Flicker In The Dark' releases January 11.
Interview with artist and creator of the Southern Gothic Oracle deck Stacey Williams-Ng.
An interview with 'Dark and Shallow Lies' author Ginny Myers Sain.
An interview with 'Leda and the Swan' debut author Anna Caritj.
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.'