Young adult novelist Corrie Wang on balancing restaurant and writing life, the benefits of shower-crying, and the...
Say the word "Shag" outside of the Carolina coast and you're likely to see a few raised eyebrows. Here, however, the...
Edisto Island Open Land Trust takes on the restoration of the Reconstruction-era Hutchinson House
In mid-century Charleston, The Book Basement served equally as shop, salon, and safe space
The Lost Queen remembers a woman history forgot—and the man behind “Merlin”
Get to know the region through its foodways, artisanal producers, farms, fests, and more
Cinelle Barnes’s new memoir, Monsoon Mansion
Pouring over the history of the Charleston Teapot, one of the city’s first gourmet groceries
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From a laugh-out-loud memoir to historical fiction by a best-selling author, local—and locally connected—writers have...
Harlan Greene brings daring gay author Harry Hervey out of oblivion
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Catching up with Mary Alice Monroe in advance of her latest novel’s debut
For a poignant, action-packed read, pick up Michel Stone’s new Border Child
Robert Marks kicked off a career in writing randy novels with 1971’s The Trembling of a Leaf
Mega-selling author Bernard Cornwell proves the pen is at least as mighty as the sword
Andra Watkins’s latest novel fuses historical fiction with time travel for a riveting story
Inside the new American College of the Building Arts
Whether they sampled from a rare and valuable bottle, or it was the company with whom they imbibed that made the...
Meet the culinary couple of Short Grain Food Truck
School’s out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t develop new hobbies, take your skills to the next level, or get involved...
Ninety years after the untimely death of Edmund Thornton Jenkins, Spoleto Festival USA premieres his unfinished...
A novelist from off (but not too far off) visits the Holy City to soak in its character and creative culture
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An enthralling new novel brings the history of a Charleston landmark to life
Feeling the pull of a childhood spent on the water and the knowledge that this is where you belong
Dig into a veritable Lowcountry feast, from centuries-old receipts such as shrimp pie and cream oysters to 20th-century...
The poet and book editor continues to leave her mark for positive change in the Lowcountry
Tromp through a long-lost Lowcountry in Roger Pinckney’s new novel