Read an excerpt from 'Down Along With That Devil's Bones,' a new book about Confederate monuments, memory and white supremacy.
Sixty years after the publication of To Kill a Mockingbird and five years after Go Set A Watchman, Casey Cep talks about Harper Lee’s abandoned novel, her struggles with success, its impact on her writing and a possible biography.
If “Sweet Home Alabama” remains one of your favorite romcoms of all time, it’s high time you visited this Dixie state.
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The literary capital of Alabama pays homage to its hometown writers with a new sculpture trail through downtown Monroeville.
Caleb Johnson’s 'Treeborne' chronicles the roots of a small Alabama town and how the people of the town are what allow the city to endure the steady march of time.
The latest podcast from "Serial" takes listeners to a rural Alabama town, where murder and hidden treasure make up the compelling true story of one man's life.
Late Alabama artists's Baltimore show includes rarely exhibited Klan Room Tableau as a response to the human capacity for hatred and violence.
Harper Lee gets most of the claims to fame when it comes to Alabama's hometown authors, but Truman Capote was just as inspired by the small town of Monroeville.