Just Found: The Sweetest "Welcome to Nashville" - Sports & Entertainment Nashville
Tortured at Guantanamo, Former Inmate Finds Forgiveness
A lovely Welcome to Nashville article by Sports & Entertainment Nashville.
Writers Resist lifts Nashville voices for freedom, justice - The Tennessean
Never charged with a crime, Mohamedou Slahi was held for 14 years at Gitmo. He sought refuge in books, including Wells' Divine Secrets. Now released, he tells 60 Minutes why he forgives — and loves — Americans.
Tickets for 'Ya-Ya Sisterhood' author, actress Rebecca Wells sell out in one day at Hoover library
An article by The Tennessean. Rebecca Wells reads "A Brief for the Defense" by Jack Gilbert at the Writers Resist: Voices for Social Justice event Sunday Jan. 15, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn.
Rebecca Wells Comes Home - Deep South Magazine
In an article released by the Hoover Sun of Alabama, An Evening with Rebecca Wells & the Ya-Ya Sisterhood show sells out in just 25 minutes for the 2017 Southern Voices Festival at the Hoover Public Library.
Rebecca Wells on Affordable Housing - Nashville Public Radio
The Louisiana author responsible for sparking a movement with her book Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood returns to her home state to entertain readers as part of the Louisiana Book Festival.
Affordable housing advocates pack council meeting to demand action - The Tennessean
Novelist Rebecca Wells speaks in favor of affordable housing at a Metro Council hearing.
Author Wells encourages MTSU audience to ‘choose authenticity’
Rebecca Wells makes a statement about her stance on affordable housing.
Searching for Womanhood - Deep South Magazine
Speaking at MTSU Oct. 8 as part of the university’s Tom T. Hall Writers Series, the author of the famed “Ya-Ya Sisterhood” trilogy kept an audience in the Student Union Parliamentary Room captivated with her views on writing, creativity, honesty and the cultural fascination with what British journalist Toby Young calls “the celebritariat.”
Southern writers Kate Chopin and Rebecca Wells share much more than just a birth date. A beautiful article by Mary Ann Wilson from Deep South Magazine.