I’m proud to unveil the second of my two new editorial projects. Nobody’s Home: Modern Southern Folklore is an online anthology of creative nonfiction works about
In 1971, when The Beguiled was released to American movie audiences, it would have been easy to buy into the notion that Southerners were crazy.
Based on William Bradford Huie’s 1967 novel of the same name, 1974’s The Klansman intertwines issues of race and social class in the microcosm of a small
I’m pleased to have one of the new “Love Letters to Montgomery” in the Montgomery Advertiser series that’s running this month. My short “love letter”
Even though I’m well aware of how old I am now, it’s still hard to believe that it has been forty years since America first