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    Legacy of Valor by Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa

    Monday, May 23, 2016

    With its cobblestone streets and colorful row houses with their sometime-sagging, often elegantly restored piazzas, it’s almost impossible to think of Charleston without recognizing its celebrated history. Many…

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    Foreword by Mary Alice Monroe

    Monday, May 23, 2016

    Charleston is rich in sense of place. We need only look to her expansive history to appreciate the role she played in the foundation of our great nation.  From…

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    SOUTH’s Foreword by Patti Callahan Henry

    Wednesday, October 29, 2014

    If we are made of anything other than cells and bones and blood and stardust, we are made of stories, and these are our stories. In this transforming…

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    Diversity Studies by James Carville

    Tuesday, October 28, 2014

    Leave it to me to test the argument and oppose the position that the South is homogenous. East Tennessee is nothing like Northern Mississippi. Charleston and Houston…different. Appalachia…

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    Sanctuary by Naomi Judd

    Monday, October 27, 2014

    People say I seem “grounded” for a celebrity. Here at my farm “Peaceful Valley” in Tennessee, I’m “grounded” in my woods, valley, meadows, hills, creeks, and hollows. This…

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SOUTH Commemorative Edition Released to Celebrate Top National Award Win

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South New CoverHILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC – South, What it means to be here in heart or in spirit and its author and publishing company are celebrating. To mark the winning of the National Independent Publisher Award for Best Regional Non-Fiction, South has now been released in a commemorative edition. This edition features a cover photograph of Cockfield Plantation by noted Southern photographer, Marge Agin. Read More




We Won! SOUTH gets Gold Award


I am so proud of this accomplishment and thankful to my publisher Lydia Inglett for having the vision to put this incredible book together. Thank you to the 50 contributors, 21 photographers and all of the assistants, publicists and managers who helped make this happen. I especially want to thank all of my friends and family for your incredible support and enthusiasm for SOUTH. We did it!



We Won! SOUTH gets Gold Award

Sunday, May 10, 2015

I am so proud of this accomplishment and thankful to my publisher Lydia Inglett for having the vision to put this incredible book together. Thank you to the…


My interview with Mike Switzer on ETV Radio

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Thank you to Mike Switzer and ETV Radio for hosting me on the South Carolina Business Review. Mike and the staff at ETV are true class acts. Thank…

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