David Armstrong will tell you he has a real left brain/right brain dichotomy going on.
Whenever someone asks Andy Andrews what he does for a living, he tells them he’s a noticer.
The city of Columbus bustled with activity in early 1861.
Christine Butler-Williams of Columbus honors mothers with her latest collection of welcomes, poems, skits and speeches titled “Mother’s Day Program Planner for Successful Church Programs.”
Author Greg Iles’ book “Natchez Burning” is moving closer to becoming a television series, with Amazon Studios announcing that it’s considering production.
Joe Lee, a graduate of Mississippi State University and Starkville High School, will sign copies of his new suspense thriller, “Director’s Cut” (Dogwood Press, 2014), at Books A Million in Columbus on Monday.
Candy Grant tries to tell the story without becoming emotional, but a telltale waver in the voice and eyes that tear up testify to the fear and upheaval breast cancer blind-sided her with six years ago.
Elizabeth Spencer, a revered Southern author still active in her 90s, has won a $30,000 short story prize.
Tuesday is a notable day for Deborah Johnson, and for the community she calls home. The Columbus author’s second novel, “The Secret of Magic,” will be released by publisher Amy Einhorn Books/G.P. Putnam’s Sons. The launch will be celebrated with a book signing and reception at the Columbus Arts Council’s Rosenzweig Arts Center at 501 Main St. in downtown Columbus, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Author and television producer Barbara Sillery of Louisiana will be in Columbus for a book signing Saturday from 2-4 p.m. at the Tennessee Williams Welcome Center and Bookstore at 300 Main St.