Emrys launches 2017 journal and looks ahead to reaching young and new writers

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 […]

Ode to Joy

Appalachian author David Joy pushes into the darkest parts of humanity in search of the light

That ’70s Game

Era of Borg and Connors is the backdrop for Judy Fogarty’s debut novel “Breaking and Holding”

Tales of Tigers and Cadillacs for Clemson and USC fans

You don’t necessarily have to bleed orange to appreciate this fascinating collection of “tales behind the tails.”

Fero tells tales of boomers on the road

“I had this story in my head for a long time and I said, ‘I need to see if I can write this,’”

Greenville bookstores to conjure up magic with ‘Harry Potter’ release

Fans still waiting for a Hogwarts acceptance letter to arrive in the mail can experience the magic of “Harry Potter” once again.

Greenville native takes interesting path to YA writer

Carrie Ryan avoided horror movies as a kid; now her first novel about Zombies could be made into a Hollywood movie

PAGE TURNERS: Great YA and middle-grade reads

(and you can meet the authors!)

Facing monsters in “The Darkest Corners”

“The Darkest Corners,” a new book by author Kara Thomas

Pickle, jam, freeze, ferment – repeat

These three books provide plenty to satisfy locavores’ appetites

Making Waves

Novelist Mary Alice Monroe hooks readers with stories on Lowcountry living

Austen’s powers

Curtis Sittenfeld reboots “Pride and Prejudice” for the 21st century in “Eligible” — and joins a growing genre of Jane Austen revisionism