Expect the unexpected. Expect it. (VIDEOS AND PHOTOS IN POST) Touring serendipity connects Clarksdale, Cleveland and Greenwood on just another day in the Mississippi Delta, a special place rife with ubiquity—we never know what we will see or whom we will encounter. Expect the unexpected. Expect it.
Greenwood, Indianola and Clarksdale are must-sees By MAGICAL MADGE New Orleans, a destination for millions of travelers worldwide, is talking about the benefits of “Traveling the Mississippi Delta: A land of myths and legends.” Cheré Coen with myNewOrleans.com wrote a fascinating article about three of our towns, Greenwood, Indianola and Clarksdale, and touched on the mystical […]
Co-founder and Proprietor Jamie Kornegay launches his debut novel in Greenwood By MAGICAL MADGE Rarely do I visit the Mississippi Delta town of Greenwood without stopping by Turnrow Book Company on Howard Street. If Poor William is with me, it’s imperative, but we always make a pact not to go crazy buying more than we can afford.
Travel and Leisure Magazine highlights Clarksdale, Greenwood and Oxford – Mississippi Delta’s Small Town Culture
By Poor William CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI – Travel and Leisure’s Feb. 2013 edition features an article centered on three Mississippi towns: Clarksdale, Greenwood and Oxford. “The Mississippi Delta’s Small-Town Culture” initially appeared as “Southern Revival” in T&L Magazine. The standalone intro speaks much truth: “Searching for authentic American Culture? Find it in the Mississippi Delta, where […]
VIDEO INTERVIEW IN POST Literati from all over America have been traveling a well-beaten Mississippi path from Jackson to Clarksdale and on to Oxford—Faulkner’s stomping grounds and his home Rowan Oak. In the January 2012 issue of Southern Living magazine, the travel section featured, “The Scenic Route: Mississippi’s Literary Trail.” As a result, well over […]