Why Harper Lee's 'Go Set A Watchman' isn't exactly great news, Books & Film notes for week 4, Oprah adapts Natalie Baszile's 'Queen Sugar,' literary events plus a poem for Black History Month. Happy Literary Friday!
An interview with 'Shoulder Bones' author Mary Sellers, the imagery that inspired Savannah's lesser known author, upcoming book festivals and a short story about going home. Happy Literary Friday!
Twitter chat & giveaway with Hunter Murphy, Books & Film notes for week 2, the 2015 Edgar Nominees, upcoming literary festivals and a new fiction about a Mardi Gras Indian. Happy Literary Friday!
Noir with a Southern accent from graphic novelist Nevada McPherson, Books & Film notes for Kate Chopin, a Dr. Seuss exhibit in New Orleans and a pair of Southern Gothic stories in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Author Colleen Oakley's bucket list before she goes, a Mississippi River road trip, Key West Literary Seminar this weekend, plus a poem about burning pine. Happy Literary Friday!
More literary gift ideas, Billy Coffey on spending five minutes with Pat Conroy, best books by women in 2014 and essays about housecoats and Christmas decorations. Happy Literary Friday!
Interview & chat with Martha Woodroof, gifts for lit lovers, including a typewriter named after Hemingway, celebrate Christmas with the Fitzgeralds in Literary Events & new fiction set on a cold winter's day. Happy Literary Friday!
Interview, chat & giveaway with Lynn Chandler Willis, Ignatius Reilly gets a product line, Truman Capote's 'A Christmas Memory' in Literary Events & new fiction about a bush that looks like dazzling white snowballs. Happy Literary Friday!
A review of 'Neverhome,' the trailer for Ron Rash's 'Serena' and movie news about Donna Tartt's 'The Goldfinch,' plus lots of upcoming book signings and a short short about a boar's head. Happy Literary Friday!
Twitter chat with Natalie Baszile and Lalita Tademy, Brenda Currin on filming 'In Cold Blood,' a day of giving for Flannery's Farm and new fiction about women trying to leave their husbands. Happy Literary Friday!