Oscar Wilde was a popular literary figure in the late 1800s. Late in his life, the Irish poet and playwright was convicted of gross indecency and sentenced to two years hard labor. What happened once he was released is the focus of John Vanderslice’s new novel, “The Last Days of Oscar Wilde.” The work is being released by Burlesque Press Jan. 15.

Jennifer Lin spent more than thirty years researching and writing her book Shanghai Faithful: Betrayal and Forgiveness in a Chinese Christian Family. She tells us why she wanted to know more about five generations of her family.

Anita Paddock, a lifelong resident of the Van Buren/Fort Smith region, has written a new account of a grisly crime that took place in Van Buren in 1980.

As Crystal Bridges prepares to screen the Legend of Boggy Creek, we revisit a conversation about Arkansas-connected film.

A Memoir in Verse

Jul 24, 2017

Gerry Sloan's new collection of poems, Crossings, considers the past and present.