Self-proclaimed Londoner turned Missouri resident, author Alex George, will be reading from his latest novel, “Setting Free the Kites,” at 6 p.m. today...

1997 was a year to remember in Oxford. Among others, icons such as Willie Nelson and Henry Kissinger came into town, and the university was making amends...

Vivian Howard signs a copy of her new cookbook, “Deep Run Roots” at the Neon Pig. (Photo by: Taylor Cook) The Neon Pig Café was crowded with...

Monday 5 p.m. – Vivian Howard with “Deep Run Roots” – Neon Pig 7 p.m. – Cards Against Humanity – The Growler 7 p.m. – The...

Vivian Howard, award winning chef and co-creator of PBS’ “A Chef’s Life,” wrote her first cookbook, “Deep Run Roots,” to share her hometown...

“Perfume River” is the 16th novel written by the man who was once declared to have forever changed the genre of Vietnamese-related fiction. Robert...

This week in Oxford…. Monday 5 p.m. – Candice Millard with “Hero of the Empire” – Off Square Books 7 p.m. – Cards Against...

Courtesy of Square Books The New York Times has called Nathan Hill’s debut novel “The Nix” the love child of David Foster Wallace and Thomas...

Square Books will hold a celebration for the second annual Independent Bookstore Day Saturday. Last year, Independent Bookstore Day became a nationally-celebrated...

Ole Miss professor Melissa Ginsburg will debut her first novel “Sunset City,” tonight at Square Books. “I’m thrilled to be here in Oxford for...