Over most of a decade, Bill Fitzpatrick drove tens of thousands of miles to photograph South Carolina's sacred places.
French journalist and travel writer Bernard Ollivier trained his sights on the most ambitious hike of his career: from Istanbul, on foot, along the ancient caravan route through Turkey and Iran to China.
Author Mary Helen Hensley returns to Charleston to talk about her experiences and how understanding can lead to healing.
Author Jessica Handler lures the reader in with magnetic prose, demonstrating her command of fiction in the story about 14-year-old Lulu Hurst.
SAY NOTHING: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland. By Patrick Radden Keefe. Doubleday. 441 pages. $28.95.
GRACE WILL LEAD US HOME: The Charleston Church Massacre and the Hard, Inspiring Journey to Forgiveness. By Jennifer Berry Hawes. St. Martin's Press. 320 pages. $28.99.
The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center, in partnership with the South Carolina Writers Association, Buxton Books and the Companion Foundation, has organized the Our Prince of Scribes Writers Conference, scheduled for 9:45 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, June 29, at Circular Congregational Church, 15…
DANTE AND THE EARLY ASTRONOMER: Science, Adventure, and a Victorian Woman Who Opened the Heavens. By Tracy Daugherty. Yale. 214 pages. $26,
Retired Navy Capt. Dan Pedersen's new book, Topgun: An American Story, is a high-octane memoir about the Navy's famous fighter school.
Lowcountry-based author Dorothea Benton Frank’s 20th novel, “Queen Bee,” will hit bookstore shelves on May 28. It’s a story with a pinch of whodunit.
Roxana Robinson is an accomplished novelist, a biographer and a scholar of 19th-century and early 20th-century art. Her essays and short stories have appeared in The New York Times, Harper's, The New Yorker, Vogue and other magazines. She has contributed book reviews to the Times and The Was…
The fourth novel from Kim Michele Richardson deftly weaves together two historical facets from Kentucky that are rooted in as much legend and lore as they are well-documented certainties.
MY STRUGGLE: Book Six. By Karl Ove Knausgaard. Translated by Don Bartlett and Martin Aitken. Archipelago Books. 1,156 pages. $33.