Books & Essays

Local attorney Jo Watson Hackl crafts an empowering young adult tale
A writer and her young family set out to make new vacation traditions on Edisto Island
An author reflects on his relentless affection for America’s pastime
Nationally acclaimed poet Ray McManus champions the weight of words in students’ lives
Nationally acclaimed poet Ray McManus zeroes in on life behind the veil
Otis White may lead a nomadic life, but his iconic art finds a home in this year’s Emrys Journal
To weather the storms of life, this writer needs a willing companion
In his latest book, The Potlikker Papers, Mississippi writer John T. Edge shows how food has sustained, shaped, and ultimately transformed our Southern experience
A writer and her family get stuck in a south Georgia swelter while facing a cantankerous bovine
A Southerner’s move to Minnesota helps to reveal the majesty of cold climes
New reads for the new year to crack open by the fire
For a Greenville writer, memories of a childhood restaurant run as deep as the sea

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Write On

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Mid Mod Mood

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Fresh Eyes

After landing competitive national photography internships, Fine Arts Center junior Ana Pelham hopes to turn her passion into a career

Body Language

Vlada Kysselova emigrated from Kiev, Ukraine, and now weaves elegant stories through dance