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.'
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.
A rags to riches story that turns deadly, Stranger in the Lake explores how far people will go to keep a secret.
An interview with 'Savage Appetites' author Rachel Monroe.
An interview with Gary McAvoy, author of 'And Every Word is True,' a new book about the Clutter murders that proposes Truman Capote's book was not the end of the story.
Promise author Minrose Gwin examines the plight of girls and women in the 1950s in her latest novel.
'All This Could Be Yours' is classic Jami Attenberg, but it's also a love letter to her new home city of New Orleans.