A review by Micah Levi Conkling.
Joshilyn Jackson tackles love, science and miracles in her sixth book, released this week.
This Mississippian's debut novel draws readers into a Gulf Coast landscape where nearly all has been lost and survival and redemption are paramount.
The legendary Zelda Fitzgerald comes to life in an Italian comic book, now available for American readers.
A first-time collection that requires reading with a Southern accent.
By Rebecca Lynn Aulph
The inside story on "Miss Dreamsville" and a book that captures the charm of Florida and joy of reading.
A new book is the first to document Georgia's lost antebellum homes and plantations.
John Shelton Reed's new book about a circle of bohemians in the 1920s French Quarter belongs on the bookshelves of fans of New Orleans and its history.
An interview with Cory MacLauchlin and review of his new biography on John Kennedy Toole, "Butterfly in the Typewriter," by Hunter Murphy.
Thanks to Sultan's excellent storytelling ability and her ability to embellish the facts when necessary, the love story captured in this book, which hits shelves May 1, rivals that of the best romance novels. When Helen is in her thirties and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, is diagnosed with tuberculosis, a young man steps in as her private secretary. That man was Peter Fagan.