The Long Last Ride of John Kennedy Toole

By William Caverlee Biloxi, Mississippi, is only eighty-seven miles from New Orleans, a brief drive up US 90, along the […]

Tao House, Eugene O’Neill’s “Final Harbor”

By Victor A. Walsh As the shuttle bus edges up the last grade of the gated private road, the morning […]

Carl Sandburg’s Connemara

Twenty-four miles south of Asheville in Flat Rock, NC, there once lived a Midwestern poet that wrote for the common man. His name was Carl Sandburg. He was a Pulitzer Prize winning poet & biographer, most famous for his Chicago Poems, American Songbag and massive biography of Abraham Lincoln.