A staggering memoir from New York Times-bestselling author Ada Calhoun traces her fraught relationship with her father and their shared obsession with a great poet.
Join Josh Floyd from Ingram Spark to learn about opportunities for independent publishing.
Thirty stories, collected in one volume for the very first time, from one of the South's best known and most acclaimed short story writers.
The hours spent visiting, in intimate closeness, are still cherished by Wayne Flynt. They yielded revelations large and small, which have been shaped into Afternoons with Harper Lee.
In this sweeping tale from award-winning author Kimberly Brock, the answers to a real-life mystery may be found in the pages of a story that was always waiting to be written.
Charting the gender, race, and class constructions at work in regional aesthetics, The Tacky South explores what shifting notions of tackiness reveal about US culture as a whole and the role that region plays in addressing national and global issues of culture and identity.
Find the freedom from regret, hurt, and fear that God wants for you while discovering joy, relief, and hope as you become the beautiful human he created you to be.
This is a fearless and darkly comic essay collection about race, justice, and the limits of good intentions.
An in-depth look at the legacy of Roe v. Wade, and on-the-ground reporting from the front lines of the battle to protect the right to choose.
This is a lyrical exploration of the diverse sounds of our planet, the creative processes that produced these marvels, and the perils that sonic diversity now faces.
Savannah may appear to be “some town out of a fable,” with its vine flowers, turreted mansions, and ghost tours that romanticize the city’s history. But look deeper and you’ll uncover secrets, past and present, that tell a more sinister tale.
In this collection of essays, interviews, and notes, Major Jackson revels in the work of poetry not only to limn and assess the intellectual and spiritual dimensions of poets, but to amplify the controversies and inner conflicts that define our age.
A clever, richly evocative tale for lovers of medieval and Renaissance mysteries everywhere, The Hearts of All on Fire is a timeless story of family relationships coupled with themes of love, loss, betrayal and, above all, hope in a challenging world.
The host of the podcast "Terrible, Thanks for Asking" turns her eye on our aggressively, oppressively optimistic culture, our obsession with self-improvement, and what it really means to live authentically in the online age.
Life on the Mississippi is an epic, enchanting blend of history and adventure in which Buck builds a wooden flatboat from the grand “flatboat era” of the 1800s and sails it down the Mississippi River, illuminating the forgotten past of America’s first western frontier.
Exploring the diverse landscape of American life, the stories in Blues and Trouble: Twelve Stories capture the lives of people caught between circumstance and their own natures or on the run from fate.
Bragg's warmhearted and hilarious story of how his life was transformed by his love for a poorly behaved, half-blind stray dog.
Complimentary coffee and refreshments will be served at 9:30 am with session start time at 10:00 am. Join host Mary Laura Philpott in conversation with four authors of bestselling new novels and memoirs.
A spellbinding debut novel tracing three generations of a Southern Black family and one daughter’s discovery that she has the power to change her family’s legacy.
Ann Hite takes her readers back to Black Mountain with this haunted short story collection.
Simple, subtle, and drolly funny, the Pumphrey brothers’ newest picture book is a layered exploration of the foolishness of making assumptions and the virtue of curiosity.
Barrett shares recipes, stories, and plans for making Southern holiday meals memorable.
Giddings' newest is a piercing dystopian novel about the unbreakable bond between a young woman and her mysterious mother, set in a world in which witches are real and single women are closely monitored.
Introducing Tayari Jones on a personal, social, and intellectual self-portrait of the beloved and enormously influential late Randall Kenan, a master of both fiction and nonfiction.
From actress and mom Diane Kruger comes an enchanting story about how learning the meaning of her name changed her life—and how our names can help us find our own special powers.
Last Night at the Telegraph Club author Malinda Lo returns to the Bay Area with another masterful queer coming-of-age story, this time set against the backdrop of the first major Supreme Court decisions legalizing gay marriage.
All is not always well. A new novel show the dark side of belonging and adolescent life.
#1 New York Times bestselling author Alan Gratz (Refugee; Ground Zero) is back, tackling the urgent topic of climate change in this breathtaking, action-packed novel that will keep readers turning pages while making their own plans to better the world.
Rosen provides a panoramic revisionist portrait of the nineteenth-century invention that is transforming the twenty-first-century world.
Winner of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction! Mixing fiction with nonfiction, the campus novel with the lecture, The Netanyahus is a wildly inventive, genre-bending comedy of blending, identity, and politics that finds Joshua Cohen at the height of his powers.
Children will love the rhythm and rhyme that are hallmarks of the beloved author duo of Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3 as they follow the adventurous armadillo through nighttime fun as dawn approaches.
Love looks the same no matter the place or the people.
In the follow-up to the “bedazzling, bewitching, and be-wonderful” (New York Times) best-selling and Pulitzer Prize-winning Less: A Novel, the awkward and lovable Arthur Less returns in an unforgettable road trip across America.
Title IX would serve as the tipping point for the modern era of women’s sport. Slowly but surely, women’s athletics at the high school and collegiate levels grew to prominence, and Tennessee fast emerged as a national leader.
This extraordinary book is a search for those quieter spaces, over centuries and across continents, and a warning that—in a world dominated by social media—they might soon go extinct.
From a writer celebrated for her “chops, ambition, and killer instinct” (John Powers, Fresh Air), a career-spanning collection of spectacular essays about politics and culture. Kushner will be in conversation with musician Kevin Morby.
From the prize-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Empire of Pain and Say Nothing—and one of the most decorated journalists of our time—twelve enthralling stories of skulduggery and intrigue
Author Richard Manning in this book follows where his guitar leads. Ultimately, it sings to the American body.
Join Sean Dietrich in a laugh-out-loud funny true story of a loving relationship, a grand adventure, and a promise kept.
A wonderfully imaginative, wholly enchanting novel of witness, survival, memory, and family that reads like a fairy tale godfathered by Neil Gaiman and Tim Burton in a wild America alive with wonders and devils alike.
Maybe We’ll Make It is a memoir of loss, motherhood, and the search for artistic freedom in the midst of the agony experienced by so many aspiring musicians: bad gigs and long tours, rejection and sexual harassment, too much drinking and barely enough money to live on.
“Sepetys brilliantly blends a staggering amount of research with heart, craft, and insight in a way very few writers can. Compulsively readable and brilliant.” –Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize for photography while a newspaper photojournalist in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Hood shares his new work on the dioceses of Tennessee.
This is the gripping narrative of a fearless paleontologist, the founding of America’s most loved museums, and the race to find the largest dinosaurs on record.
As the "youngest ever" Bo Young has recorded his adventure chronicles of his odyssey through a series of captivating events.
This new middle-grade graphic novel stars Miles Morales.
This collection of columns chronicles the work of self-care, and a sneaky thread of moral thoughts.
Hear the inspiring dramatic stories of civil rights hero, congressman, ambassador, mayor, and American icon Andrew Young.
Puppet show [not intended for children]
As the Founder of Yoknapatawpha Press, Wells shares the life and the Nobel literary work of William Faulkner.
A brilliant debut by lawyer and critic Hawa Allan on the paradoxical state of black citizenship in the United States.