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Harriet Jacobs and her groundbreaking book represent true history in Edenton, North Carolina.
A budding Virginia writer you’ve never heard of, signed ‘Gatsby’ at auction, the trailer for Nicholas Sparks’ latest book to film, South Carolina Book Festival this weekend, plus new fiction. Happy Literary Friday!
Summer Reading List sneak peek, Zora hunts for hoodoo, a giveaway for ‘Mockingbird Next Door,’ now in paperback, and Walker Percy Weekend in Literary Events. Happy Literary Friday!
Get a look at four books on our Summer Reading List before the big debut later this month.
Harlem Renaissance author was Gonzo, before it existed.
Zelda gets a t-shirt, plus a gala this weekend, a Southern coloring book for adults, the Welty Biennial in Literary Events and an excerpt from a forthcoming novel about a Mississippi family. Happy Literary Friday!
New poet interview plus a double poetry giveaway, Reese Witherspoon gets her first audiobook, Toni Morrison on racism, the Alabama Writers Symposium this weekend, plus a poem about rain and root beer. Happy Literary Friday!
The Virginia-based poet talks about her new book, ‘Spans,’ which combines old poems with new, and credits the Southern masters for her love of language.
Giveaway for a new journal set from IndieBound, ‘Go Set A Watchman’ has a cover, Capote makes it to television and a poem about Mississippi in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
Interview with Arkansas poet C.D. Wright, Gatsby turns 90, a teaser for “True Detective,” Word of the South Festival this weekend, plus a pair of poems inspired by Asheville. Happy Literary Friday!
Arkansas’s native poet expounds on the division between urban and rural, pacing of Southern poetry and encountering poetry in unlikely places.
Celebrating National Poetry Month & an interview with poet Lauren Berry, Maya Angelou gets a stamp, new Word of South Festival coming up in Florida and a poem about cutting magnolias. Happy Literary Friday!
Our first interview for National Poetry Month features a Houston poet who describes the South as “a haunted house in the middle of an exquisite garden.”
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