“Words We Cannot Say” Shows Loss and Truth in Motherhood

An interview with Sita Romero, the author of the novel “Words We Cannot Say.”

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“Head of a Gorgon” Poems Seek to Aid Survivors on Their Healing Journey

An interview with Raegen M. Pietrucha, the author of poetry collection “Head of a Gorgon.”

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Nostalgia, Marketing, and Comfort Food in “Red Sauce”

An interview with author Ian MacAllen, discussing “Red Sauce,” his book chronicling the Italian-American creation of a comfort food tradition.

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“Writing Close to the Bone”: an Interview with Steve Yarbrough

An interview with author Steve Yarbrough about his latest novel, “Stay Gone Days”

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Southern Identity, Poetry Education, and Horror: A Conversation with Christian J. Collier

A review with Christian J. Collier regarding his new collection of poetry, “The Gleaming of the Blade.”

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Reckoning with Complexity: Imani Perry on “South to America”

An interview with Imani Perry about her new book, “South to America”

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Margaret Renkl on Revising, Relatability, and Resisting Despair in “Graceland At Last”

An interview with Margaret Renkl regarding her new collection of essays, “Graceland, At Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache from the American South.”

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Crystal Wilkinson on Her Personal Evolution, Food, and Writing Exercises

An interview with Kentucky’s newly appointed Poet Laureate, Crystal Wilkinson, about her first poetry collection, “Perfect Black.

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