From Faulkner to Capote, there's a lot to be learned from the greats of Southern literature.
Faulkner may have made smoking a pipe fashionable in his day, but there are a lot less smokers in today's Southern literature.
Why front porches matter with Conference on the Front Porch organizer Cambell McCool and featured speaker Dr. Jay Watson.
Talking about the cultural importance of the front porch with Conference on the Front Porch featured speakers Claude Stephens and Jay Watson.
Visit nine small towns with charm, history, adventure — and literary roots.
Books full of passages with vivid description that will make you feel right at home between their pages.
The oysters and speckled trout are back, and shrimpers can forecast the weather again by checking a shrimp's legs: red means a storm is coming and clear means the waters are good
Immerse yourself in the strange land of the South no matter where you read these books.
Discussing Lyle Saxon's 'Children of Strangers' and the culture of Cane River Creoles.
On the road to Faulkner country in Oxford, with stops at Rowan Oak, Square Books, John Currence's culinary empire and Ole Miss.