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The Talented Ms. Mia: Sam Tschida’s Siri, Who Am I?

Though it rarely works like it does in books and movies, amnesia can be a useful storytelling trope. Like quicksand...

In Memoriam: Eric Jerome Dickey

The Memphis-born New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey died on Sunday, January 3rd, in Los Angeles...

Ghost and the Darkness: Russ Thompson’s Loop Breaker...

The tragic loss of her mother, a recent move from the ’burbs to the middle of nowhere, disembodied voices in the...

Wakanda Forever: Bluff City Writers Contribute to Black...

Memphis looms large in the just-announced Marvel Black Panther prose anthology, Black Panther: Tales of Wakanda, due...

It’s Here: Matt Bowers Signs Copies of Memphis No. 2

Memphis-based comic book artist Matt Bowers released the debut issue of his Memphis comic last year on 901 Comics’...

‘Art & Soul’: The Two Burtons Delve Into Faith and Life

Art & Soul lives brilliantly on so many levels. It is a book of works by the acclaimed Memphis artist Burton...

Connor Towne O’Neill’s Down Along With That Devil’s Bones

America is having a moment of cultural reckoning — with a violent, racist past that still influences the current day....

J.W. Ocker’s Cursed Objects

Memphis-based fans of the strange and unusual have to have a healthy interest in curses. Flyer film editor Chris...

Richard Grant’s The Deepest South of All

British travel writer and journalist Richard Grant penned an instant bestseller when he wrote about his misadventures...

Comfortably Numb: Shira Shiloah’s Emergence

Israeli-born, Memphis-based author and anesthesiologist Dr. Shira Shiloah knows a thing or two about the world of...