South Carolina writer Dan Leach publishes his first book of short stories in what George Singleton calls "a beautifully-written, soul-shaking collection."
The 'Shadow of the Lions' author asks readers to play amateur detective in his debut novel about a mysterious disappearance at a boys' boarding school in Virginia.
The 'Big Fish' author answers eight questions about his latest novel 'Extra-Ordinary Adventures,' the story of a man who receives a phone call that jolts his life into action.
Alabama author Patti Callahan Henry is back with a summer read about secrets, friendship and the possibility of summertime.
Mandy Shunnarah reviews the new book by Legendary Shack Shakers frontman J.D. Wilkes and asks him about the Southern legends and folk demons that served as inspiration.
Michael Farris Smith talks about his new novel 'Desperation Road,' called "an important literary event" by Robert Olen Butler.
Filled with suspense, 'The Marriage Lie' asks the question: How well do you know your spouse?
Mississippi native Mary Miller talks about her new short story collection 'Always Happy Hour,' filled with unhappy couples and women who don't want to turn out like their mothers.
The 'Burying the Honeysuckle Girls' author talks about finding her Southern voice, using her home state of Alabama as a character and the metaphor of honeysuckle.
The author of 'Listen To Me' talks about the summer drive that inspired her book, writing real characters and being afraid of the dark.