Mississippi Arts Hour
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Governor's Arts Awards
Highlights of the Governor's Arts Awards ceremony for 2020.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Ke Francis
Malcolm White talks with Ke Francis, a Tupelo-based visual artist known for his prints and paintings.Francis, along with his wife Mary, owns Hoopsnake Press, a fine art press that publishes artist books and prints. Malcolm and Ke talk about the artistic process, teaching and what it was like growing up in Tupelo.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Lee Durkee
Larry Morrisey talks with Oxford-based writer Lee Durkee. They discuss The Last Taxi Driver, his new novel that follows the adventures of a small town Mississippi taxi driver who transports a wide range of locals, including elderly residents, hospital patient escapees and a wanted man.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Michael Farris Smith
Malcolm White speaks with Oxford-based author Michael Farris Smith about his newly released book, Blackwood. Known for his Southern fiction, Smith is an award-winning writer whose latest book centers on themes of justice and grace in a rural Mississippi town.