Faith, family and food

Faith, family and food

Statesboro Herald food writer and ‘Food Network Star’ finalist Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser debuts memoir
IN Southern culture, sharing a meal is the pinnacle of community. From family-style meals at a long table to generational recipes scrawled on scrap paper, food binds us to our culture.

High altitude, higher hopes

Fanny Bullock Workman’s life discussed in new book
When journalist Cathryn Prince first heard of Workman, she was enamored with her story, particularly its parallels to modern-day women

The long shadow of Nazism

Author explores family histories
This history, Senfft says, is familiar to many German families, who don’t discuss the horrors of the Holocaust

Let’s hear it for the boys

‘A Man’s World’ author Steve Oney comes to the Book Lady Bookstore Thursday
Oney has written about a variety of men, from Robert Penn Warren to Gregg Allman to Atlanta architect John Portman

Jekyll Island Book Fest brings national and regional talent

Multiple venues at Beach Village will feature author presentations and live music throughout the day

Visiting Writers Series hosts acclaimed author

Julianna Baggott hosts a reading Mar. 7
Baggott has published over 20 books, including “Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders” and “Pure,” which both were New York Times Notable Books of the Year

Savannah Book Festival: Patti Callahan Henry

Yet, they fell in love, and Patti Callahan Henry’s 'Becoming Mrs. Lewis' lays the story out for us

Savannah Book Festival: Dan Hampton

His newest book, Chasing the Demon, chronicles the leadup to the breaking of the sound barrier in the years after WWII

Savannah Book Festival: Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

These gripping, visceral, often suddenly violent stories are rather a distressingly realistic psychological portrayal of life as a black person in America today, right now

Savannah Book Festival: Marie Benedict

As it turned out, the world at that could not quite handle a beautiful genius, posits Marie Benedict in her novel, 'The Only Woman in the Room'

Savannah Book Festival: Tena Clark

'Southern Discomfort' is Clark’s story of strength, love, and acceptance in the Civil Rights-era South

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