Milledgeville Matters: Andalusia Farm – WRGC 88.3FM

By Joe Windish Andalusia Farm’s Director, Elizabeth Wylie, chats with Joe Windish on WRGC’s Milledgeville Matters. Listen here…
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The Southern Agenda: February/March 2015 – Garden & Gun

By Jed Portman Goings-on in the South and beyond. Read more…
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Packway Handle Band headlines 10th Andalusia Bluegrass Festival – Union Recorder

The Packway Handle Band of Athens, one of America’s top touring bluegrass bands, will headline the annual Bluegrass Festival at Andalusia Farm, the final home of author Flannery O’Connor, on Oct. 25. The festival is staged in the large field behind...
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Southern Gothic: Hunting for the peculiar soul of Georgia – NYTimes

By Randy Kennedy For his 42nd birthday in 2011, the photographer Alec Soth asked a friend, the writer Brad Zellar, for an unusual gift: Come out on the road with me, and let’s pretend to work for a small-town newspaper. Soth’s work, which has been...
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Milledgeville Matters: Andalusia Looks To Future – WRGC 88.3FM

By Joe Windish The Flannery O’Connor-Andalusia Foundation is looking to the future as it works to restore and preserve the Milledgeville home of the influential author. The Foundation’s executive director, Elizabeth Wylie, will soon mark...
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Organizations: Flannery O’Connor-Andalusia Foundation – GA Trend

By Candice Dyer Like a peacock fanning its plumage, Andalusia, Flannery O’Connor’s homeplace in Milledgeville, is undergoing a restoration sure to enliven the author’s notoriety beyond her traditional readership. “We’ve always had literary pilgrims...
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An Interview with Elizabeth Wylie – The Flannery O’Connor Society Newsletter

Click here to read an interview with Andalusia’s executive director, Elizabeth Wylie, in the Flannery O’Connor Society’s Summer 2014 Newsletter.
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Flannery O’Connor’s Andalusia Farm receives $30,000 gift – AJC

By Suzanne Van Atten An anonymous visitor to Flannery O’Connor’s Andalusia Farm in Milledgeville has donated $30,000 to the Foundation that oversees the 544-acre home of the late, celebrated author who wrote “Wise Blood” and “A Good Man is Hard...
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Junior Board awards preservation grants – Union-Recorder

The Milledgeville Chapter of the Watson-Brown Foundation Junior Board of Trustees has awarded $33,000 in grants to historic landmarks throughout central Georgia. The board functions as part of the educational programming at the Old Governor’s Mansion,...
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Historical grants come to Middle Georgia – The Telegraph

By JIM GAINES Two Macon landmarks and the Historic Macon Foundation will receive about $10,000 altogether for historical preservation projects, part of $33,000 given out this year by the Milledgeville Chapter of the Watson-Brown Foundation Junior Board...
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