An Interview with Paula Wall
- by Joyce Dixon
Almost a blend of Fannie Flagg and
Florence King, first time novelist Paula Wall is an author worth
watching. Paula Wall developed her earthy humor
in a syndicated column before giving a voice to the Belle women of Leaper's
Fork, Tennessee, in her debut novel The Rock Orchard.
Lamberth's Life with Strings Attached, winner of the
Paraclete Fiction Award, is creating an unusual literary buzz.
Active in her church and community, Lamberth's first novel has
been compared with Haven Kimmel's A Girl Named Zippy and
Sue Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees.
Lewis Grizzard: The Favorite Son of Moreland, Georgia
by Kendall Bell
ago on March 20, 1994, we lost a literary giant when Lewis Grizzard,
an author and humorist, died after suffering a heart attack while
playing golf in Orlando, Florida.
The Wisdom of Children
- An Interview with Minnie Lamberth
- by Pam Kingsbury
by Ed Williams
Southern humor thrives in the stage show by
humorists Dedra Grizzard, Deborah Ford, and Ed Williams.
Porch Tales are personal essays that
bring memories of family, community, place and all those favorite
stories passed on the porch.