An interview with Lisa Vreeland, whose new film examines the ups and downs of Truman and Tennessee’s longtime relationship.
The festival brings together over 100 contemporary writers, scholars, actors, musicians and other artists for five days of literary revelry in the city Tennessee Williams dubbed his "little bohemia."
Where better to uncover the warm, nostalgic embrace of Christmases gone by than in the pages of Truman Capote’s short story "A Christmas Memory"?
An interview with Gary McAvoy, author of 'And Every Word is True,' a new book about the Clutter murders that proposes Truman Capote's book was not the end of the story.
The literary capital of Alabama pays homage to its hometown writers with a new sculpture trail through downtown Monroeville.
In her new young adult novel, Amy Brashear retells Truman Capote's classic 'In Cold Blood' from the perspective of a teenage girl.
Get a taste of the "Breakfast at Tiffany's Collection" from New Orleans' Windsor Court.
An essay by Aleyna Rentz, whose grandfather went to school in Georgia with J.D. Salinger.
Harper Lee gets most of the claims to fame when it comes to Alabama's hometown authors, but Truman Capote was just as inspired by the small town of Monroeville.
An interview with 'The Swans of Fifth Avenue' author Melanie Benjamin about the events that led to Truman Capote's celebrity downfall.