A review of Virginia Kantra’s contemporary retelling of 'Little Women.'
Published in October of 1932, 'Save Me the Waltz' is a semi-autobiographical account of Zelda Fitzgerald’s marriage to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Florida native Karen Russell makes the fantastical normal in her latest short story collection.
A review of Chanelle Benz's 'The Gone Dead,' an openhearted story about race and reckoning.
A review of Kim Michele Richardson's 'The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek.'
Set amidst the racial tensions of 1960s America, 'One Night in Georgia' is a beautifully woven commentary on race in America.
'The Summer Guests' is a beautifully woven tale of identity, self-discovery and the relationships that make us who we are.
Set at a wealthy private school in Prince Williams County, 'At Briarwood' follows Lenore Littlefield and her eclectic group of friends.
Kentucky writer James Markert's latest novel revolves around a hotel where artists, actors, scientists and engineers came to leave their worries behind.
In 'Every True Pleasure: LGBTQ Tales of North Carolina,' Wilton Barnhardt curates a collection of stories highlighting the diversity of LGBTQ+ experience in North Carolina.