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.
An interview with Peggy L. Fox, Tennessee Williams’ last editor, about the craft of editing, working with the playwright and managing his literary legacy.
Cerith Mathias talks to Peter Haag and Anuschka Roshani, who discovered Truman Capote's previously unpublished early works.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" star Mary Badham talks about playing one of literature’s most beloved characters upon the paperback release of 'Go Set a Watchman.'
An interview with Alabama writer and humorist Rick Bragg.
Nelle Harper Lee passed away peacefully in her sleep early Friday, February 19, aged 89.
The bestselling author talks about the enduring beauty of Carson McCullers’ classic novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, the light and heat in Southern writing and the power of great literature.
Actress Brenda Currin talks about her life as a Welty lover and adapter in celebration of the author's birthday.
The North Carolina born actress talks about her experience on the set of Capote's true crime story upon the 55th anniversary of the murders.
An exhibit of paintings honors Tennessee Williams' artistic mark on Key West, a place where he could just be ''Tom" and not the famous writer.