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Ward Raymond

It Is A Wise Child That Knows His Own Father

At some point, every boy sees his father as a larger-than-life hero, or possibly a villain, or maybe one of those bold, eccentric character actors from the grainy movie that is everyone’s childhood, playing over in one’s mind ... more »

Jun 17, 2015 4:11 PM Features

Lots of New Ways of Looking at Books

Sometimes a book is just a book. But that can’t be said of the artist books on display through June 28 at the Public Library downtown. In an explosion of compelling creativity, “Renaissance” presents about 40 pieces ... more »

May 27, 2015 4:47 PM Features

All Serious Daring Starts From Within

History may be written by the victors—but literature is the province of the South. The next four days in Chattanooga bear out that unconventional wisdom, as dozens of renowned Southern writers descend on ... more »

Apr 16, 2015 10:49 AM Cover Story

Seek Out the Source That Shines Forever

The revelation of the divine in our own lives, as well as in the natural world around us, defines the quest of Andrew Harvey, sacred activist and philosopher who will present “An Evening with Rumi” on Friday, April 10 ... more »

Apr 1, 2015 5:11 PM Features

Southern Literature Needs You!

The Southern Lit Alliance wants to book you for a volunteer job. During the Celebration of Southern Literature in mid-April, local bibliophiles are needed to check tickets, sell books, drive authors around ... more »

Mar 4, 2015 4:31 PM News & Notes

’Night, Mother

The failing heartbeat of a dying mother resonates as the saddest sound in human experience. The Faulkes Chronicle tells the story of an American family whose mother is dying, whose beloved life leaches away like the color fading... more »

Aug 28, 2014 12:00 AM Features