Sarah chats with Annie Jones from the podcast From the Front Porch about the importance of reading fiction. (Check out Sarah's discussion on Annie's podcast about the politics of being southern.)
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Annie owns The Bookshelf in Thomasville, Georgia, and came with lots of great fiction recommendations including: