While all literature is fundamentally interested in human relationships, what gives Southern authors the ability to stand out from the crowd is their innate interest in families and the wider communities in which we live.
With the reopening of Andalusia and a cool breeze flowing off the Oconee River, Milledgeville, Georgia, has something for everyone in summertime.
An interview with Jessica Hooten Wilson about her new book 'Reading Walker Percy's Novels,' a companion guide to the intellectual Southern writer.
An interview with Daniel Moran, who examines the Georgia author's critics, publishers and readers in his new book.
New evening hours and monthly open mics make Flannery O'Connor's Milledgeville home more accessible.
Visit nine small towns with charm, history, adventure — and literary roots.
The first film about the life of Flannery O'Connor screens in Georgia and beyond.
An interview with Bridget Kurt, producer/director of the first film about the life of Flannery O'Connor.
Readalongs, chats & interviews coming up, the story that destroyed Truman Capote, plus a pair of flash fiction pieces in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Andalusia Farm uses fashion as a window into writer Flannery O'Connor's character in its current exhibit.