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Caroline MillerCAROLINE MILLER:
The Southern Literary Trail Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of Georgia writer Caroline Miller and her town Baxley, Ga., to the Trail. Miller's 1933 bestseller Lamb in His Bosom was the first novel by a Georgia writer to win a Pulitzer Price. For more about Miller, visit the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame.



Southern Literary Trail Headquarters at Mississippi State University Libraries

JACKSON, MISS. – January 5, 2016 – The Southern Literary Trail, the nation’s first and only tri-state literary trail, has found a new home at Mississippi State University. Recently, the Southern Literary Trail board accepted an offer from...read more


 
THE SOUTHERN LITERARY TRAIL® is America's only tri-state literary trail connecting mythic places that influenced great novelists and playwrights of the 20th Century. Explore these pages for events and tours available year-round.

 
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Full menu, interviews and visual tours.
 
 
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Become a fan of Southern Literary Trail!

Become a fan of Southern Literary Trail!

QUOTE TUESDAYS: Visit our Facebook page every Tuesday for an intriguing quote from a writer of the Southern Literary Trail. Be sure to visit our "Quote Tuesdays" Archives for a complete listing of all our authors' quotes.

THE TRAIL STORY: Visit the Encyclopedia of Alabama for a history on the founding of The Southern Literary Trail.

The Southern Literary Trail is supported by the Mississippi Humanities Council
The Southern Literary Trail is supported by the Mississippi Humanities Council.
  Mississippi Division of Tourism - click to visit their website
The Mississippi Division of Tourism supports the Southern Literary Trail.
  Alabama Humanities Foundation - click to visit their website
The Alabama Humanities Foundation supports the Southern Literary Trail.
  Mississippi State University - click to visit their website
Mississippi State University Library is a supporter of the Southern Literary Trail.
  Georgia Humanities Counsil - click to visit their website
The Georgia Humanities Council is a supporter of the Southern Literary Trail.
  Alabama State Council on the Arts - click to visit their website
The Alabama State Council on the Arts is a supporter of the Southern Literary Trail.

 

Hosted by Mississippi State University Library


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