• {three} sheets Third Anniversary Celebration

    Written by Haley McNeal I once had a teacher in high school who opened each class saying “welcome to the big show!” to get us motivated for the next hour or so we would spend with our noses stuck in books or listening to a …

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  • Untethered

    Riding Clubs in Atlanta’s Horse CountryWritten and photographed by Kathleen Stevens Moore Ralph Waldo Emerson had a lot to say. The famous poet wrote extensively on topics from nature to self-reliance. But to multitudes of Atlanta equestrians, the words that might resonate most soundly are …

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  • “Ghost on Black Mountain”

    Gallery Books (Simon & Schuster), September 2011 This debut novel from local author Ann Hite offers unique insight into the lives of five women whose choices are all interconnected in the mountains of North Carolina during the Depression. With strong voices and authentic character development, the …

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  • “Whispering Tides”

    Lulu.com, February 2012 For Italian writer Guido Mattioni, it was love at first sight when he set foot in Savannah in the spring of 1991. Over the course of many years and many visits, Mattioni was granted honorary citizenship and eventually dedicated this debut novel …

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  • “The River Witch”

    Bell Bridge Books, April 2012 Heavily influenced by Southern heritage, Kimberly Brock’s debut novel particularly contrasts the heritage of Appalachia with that of coastal Georgia in this tale of self-discovery. When physically and emotionally damaged ballet dancer Roslyn Byrne seeks shelter from her life on …

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