Friday Nov 22
This Week's Bestsellers: November 25, 2013
Attendees at last year's Alabama Writers Symposium were joined at the annual Harper Lee Award luncheon by a totally unexpected guest.
Fannie Flagg returns to print
OUR NEXT GUEST STARTED OUT IN A GOLDEN AGE OF TELEVISION PERFORMING ON PROGRAMS LIKE THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW, CANDID CAMERA, AND LATER WRITING THE BEST SELLING BOOK "FRIED GREEN TOMATOES," A FAVORITE OF SO MANY THAT ALSO BECAME A HIT FILM.
Fannie Flagg appears at the Virginia Samford Theatre in Birmingham, where it all began for her
Southern scribe Fannie Flagg participates in a luncheon and book-signing event Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, at the Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center in Mobile, Ala.
The Washington Post
"Quirky," "wise," "witty," "warm-hearted" are all words that critics use when they come up against a certain kind of book, but "quirky" is the tip-off that the critic didn't really get it.
Author Fannie Flagg's book signing event raises $3,500 for...
It is a very dear subject to me, because, really, one teacher can change a person's life and I know that to be true."
REVIEWS: 'The Day Kennedy Died: 50 Years Later LIFE Remembers the Man ...
Brief reviews of recent releases: "The Day Kennedy Died: 50 Years Later LIFE Remembers the Man and the Moment," by the editors of LIFE magazine, and "The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion," by Fannie Flagg.
Fannie Flagg Visits Huntsville
Many people in North Alabama of a "certain age," remember Fannie Flagg from hosting the Morning Show on Channel 6 in Birmingham with Tom York back in the 1960s.
Artist Wendell Minor steps into spotlight
Wendell Minor is one of America's most ubiquitous and least-known artists. He has created the cover illustrations for more than 2,000 books.