While pursuing her postgraduate history degree, Dr. Carolyn A. Day kept finding references to tuberculosis as “an easy and beautiful way to die,” which was not in keeping with her understanding of the disease from a medical perspective.
Alexander will present the closing keynote address at Read Up, Greenville, a daylong festival that celebrates middle-grade and young adult books, authors, and readers.
The collection has garnered praise from Southern fiction writer George Singleton, who described “Floods and Fires” as “beautifully written” and “soul-shaking.” Other reviewers have favorably compared Leach’s writing to that of Ron Rash and the late Larry Brown.
As part of Read Up Greenville’s yearlong program to celebrate young adult and middle-grade literature, two authors will be in conversation on Saturday to discuss their latest novels and answer questions.
Journalist turned preacher and homeless advocate Deb Richardson-Moore writes the second book in her mystery series.
For most, Marguerite “Missy” LeHand isn’t a well-recognized name from American history.
The writers’ group Emrys will launch its 34th literary journal, featuring poetry and prose from 12 different states and two countries. The journal’s outreach is wide and long, and now the writing group wants to expand its reach within Greenville — seeking young writers and writers in underserved communities. Emrys editors and judges read 236 submissions from […]
The man who wasn’t all there
Bye bye, Bridget Jones
Appalachian author David Joy pushes into the darkest parts of humanity in search of the light
Era of Borg and Connors is the backdrop for Judy Fogarty’s debut novel “Breaking and Holding”
You don’t necessarily have to bleed orange to appreciate this fascinating collection of “tales behind the tails.”
“I had this story in my head for a long time and I said, ‘I need to see if I can write this,’”