Louisiana's historic plantation exists today as a cultural and literary destination thanks to several strong women.

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Doux South's Mean Green Tomatoes are the perfect spring accompaniment to bivalves.

In her latest novel, Therese Anne Fowler departs from the style of her previous novels and writes a family drama set in a small town in Virginia.

These heartwarming, funny and thought-provoking Southern novels are ready to welcome you into the spring season.

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

U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will headline The Carson McCullers Literary Festival February 21-22 in Columbus, Georgia.

Houston native is the 13th winner of the award named for Louisiana writer Ernest Gaines, who passed away in 2019.

Sevierville, Tennessee, is where country sensation Dolly Parton got her start in music, but it's also home to a literary festival and beautiful mountain views.

An interview with 'Savage Appetites' author Rachel Monroe.