Arkansas Literary Festival: Harris meets Sedaris

Pop favorites, niche heroes and non-fiction standouts lead the way at this year’s festival.
By Lindsey Millar

Charlaine Harris: Small-town savant

The Magnolia, Ark., author behind the Sookie Stackhouse series is this year’s unofficial headliner.
By Sam Eifling

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Tales from the South: True Grits

Restaurant puts ‘Tales from the South’ on the airwaves.
By Jaman Matthews

Pub or Perish 2011

Eighth year for Times’ bar reading
By David Koon

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Arkansas Literary Festival 2011 schedule

A comprehensive look at Little Rock’s literary week.

Arkansas Times: Report for America

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