Flannery O’Connor’s correspondence is almost as well-known as her short-story writing. Published letters and those found in library collections offer a personal insight into the author’s daily life. When O’Connor first left home for a graduate program in Iowa, she wrote home to her mother daily. Later, living on a farm back in her small… Read more
For most people, Andalusia conjures up images of a pastoral peafowl sanctuary until they come for a tour or do some research on their own. Flannery and her mother, Regina, lived on the farm from 1951 to 1964. During that time, the property was a working dairy farm, until 1961 when they switched to beef… Read more
Follow Assorted Regards
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.