Archives for July 2010

Monroeville Celebrates To Kill a Mockingbird

Monroeville County, Alabama Presents: 50th Anniversary Celebration Weekend  To Kill a Mockingbird July 8, 2010 – July 11, 2010 Monroeville County Courthouse       Want to visit the courthouse where To Kill a Mockingbird was filmed? Journey to Monroeville, Alabama the week of July 8 – 11 for a weekend long celebration of To […]

Kerry Madden

In addition to penning superb works of  journalism  for Los Angeles Times, Salon, LA Weekly, and Sierra Club Magazine, Kerry Madden has written plays, screenplays, and six books including Offsides, a New York Library Pick for 1997, and Writing Smarts: A Girl’s Guide to Writing Great Poetry, Stories, School Reports, and More!, published by the […]

Sean Ennis

Sean Ennis is a Philadelphia, PA native now living in Water Valley, MS where he is an instructor for the University of Mississippi and the Gotham Writers’ Workshop.  His fiction has appeared in Tin House, The Greensboro Review, The Mississippi Review, and the Best New American Voices anthology.

A TALE OF TWO FARMS

  A TALE OF TWO FARMS July 24, 2010 5:00 p.m.    A Southern Summer Celebration Featuring One of the Nation’s Leaders of the Local Food Movement Join P. Allen Smith and executive chef Joshua Smith of Local Roots, Roanoke’s first farm-to-table restaurant, for a garden-fresh culinary experience. The evening begins with live music, a […]

Faulkner Fanatics Gather in Oxford

The 2010 Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference will examine the topic “Faulkner and Film” through five days of lectures and discussions by literary scholars and critics. Attendees will also have the opportunity to view five or six films based on Faulner’s works. If you consider yourself a Faulkner fanatic, of if you’ve just always wanted an excuse […]