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Arts & Culture

The new Andalusia Interpretive Center offers a closer look at the author’s life and inspirations

Arts & Culture

Hosting tips—and recipes—from a North Carolinian who has made Italian beauty a lifetime love

Books

Three new collections propel Southern verse forward

Arts & Culture

Hit order (and preorder) for these two dozen new and forthcoming books that G&G editors and contributors are buzzing about

Arts & Culture

The legacy of the “Prince of Scribes” lives on in Beaufort and beyond

Arts & Culture

Plott Hound Books is the place to find thoughtfully curated reads—and advice on where to eat while you turn the pages

Books

The North Carolina author—and insatiable reader—on the novels, memoirs, poetry, and stories he couldn’t put down

Arts & Culture

The cookbooks, novels, and nonfiction books that G&G editors and contributors loved most this year

Editor's Letter

A few thoughts on great Southern reads—and announcing our upcoming book club

Books

For a passionate birder, duck hunting triggers an unexpected lesson

Arts & Culture

The Paper Dolls of Zelda Fitzgerald is an extraordinary look into the art and vision of the famous Southern Belle

Arts & Culture

A chat with Southern author and sports historian Andrew Maraniss about his latest book, Inaugural Ballers

Arts & Culture

The mega-best-selling author dishes on his favorite cookbooks, the Mississippi haunt that started it all, and why he won’t describe his new book in one sentence

Arts & Culture

“I wish there was a way to go back and soothe the younger me,” says Natalie Chanin, whose gorgeous new book celebrates two decades of soulful Southern style

Arts & Culture

A fascinating new book by Annie Proulx reveals the mystery and majesty of fens, bogs, and swamps

Books

The celebrated author delivers back-to-back knockouts

Books

Meet your favorite authors, stock up on gifts, and dive deeper into the wonderful world of Southern literature

Books

G&G editors and contributors share what books to cozy up with this autumn

Arts & Culture

“The biggest thing that people get wrong about the South is that they think all Southern accents are the same”

Arts & Culture

A novelist interviews Dopesick writer Beth Macy and the author Silas House, who tells him, “I never trust a writer who doesn’t doubt themselves”