GOOD SCOUT

A day in the water takes a new turn in a South Carolina-born scout boat

SOUTHERN BYLINES

The Hub City Writers Project celebrates 20 years of nurturing Southern writers

RUNNING FOR LIFE

Two Greenville residents take on the New York City Marathon to raise critical awareness

THIRTEEN WAYS OF LOOKING AT A CHEAP BEER

(Inspired by “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird,” by Wallace Stevens)

TABLE ESCAPE

A Greenville resident and her friend take on the Best Restaurant in the World

RETURN DATE

Family ties to two wars prompt a Greenville writer to reflect on a South Pacific legacy

LEAVE A MESSAGE

Photographer Polly Gaillard finds layers of life at the Lennon Wall

POSTCARDS FROM HAITI

Scott Gould writes home about teaching poetry in Cange— and the benefit of art in a challenging world

DISTILLING ART

Local reads on liquid gold

WAR TORN

Converse College professor Susan Tekulve weaves an enduring tale in her award-winning first novel “In the Garden of Stone”

HOME LIBRARY

Hunker down with reads by local authors

A STORY OF HOPE: SHE-RAIN

This excerpt comes from deep within the novel. Bound together by tragedy, the characters have learned that love ignores the laws of circumstance or human limits. She-Rain unravels the power of a love triangle to make the best, not the worst, of human hearts. Sophia soon came to the cabin porch as one long motion […]

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