Celebrating the Eleventh Biennial
Arts & Education Council
April 19-21, 2001
Chattanooga Conference
on Southern Literature
What is Southern?

The Arts & Education Council Chattanooga Conference on Southern Literature offers book lovers the opportunity to hear authors deliver lectures, read their works, and take part in panel discussions. While the speakers are first-rate and their topics lofty, there is no dearth of snappy repartee, good humor, and an air of conviviality marks the proceedings. Conference-goers have the chance to meet their literary idols, talk with them, and take home a cherished signature. The success of the Arts & Education Council Chattanooga Conference on Southern Literature led the Fellowship of Southern Writers to make its headquarters in Chattanooga, hold its biennial meetings in conjunction with the Conference, and locate the Fellowship archives in the Lupton Library of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The Arts & Education Council Board of Directors and the Conference planning committee invite you to join them in discovering and celebrating "What is Southern" at this year's festival.
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