Preserving legacy, generating income top priorities at author’s home By Suzanne Van Atten As soon as you turn off I-20 about an hour east of Atlanta, everything changes. In the time it takes to say, “Are we there yet?” the high-density, traffic-clogged...
by Tori McHenry A Boston museum consultant and a West Georgia historian are heading the operations of Andalusia Farm, the final home of author Flannery O’Connor and the inspiration for many of her stories in Milledgeville, GA. Elizabeth Wylie, a museum...
By ANJALI ENJETI Georgia author Flannery O’Connor, who penned such American classics as A Good Man Is Hard to Find, is enjoying a posthumous banner year. Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of her death are the publication of A Prayer Journal, the...
The Flannery O’Connor-Andalusia Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce and welcome Elizabeth Wylie as the new executive director at Andalusia. Ms. Wylie served as the Director of Business Development for Finegold Alexander + Associates...
During the time she was at the University of Iowa in graduate school, Flannery O’Connor kept a prayer journal. The prayers in this book contain some of her most personal devotional writings. We are very excited to announce that Farrar, Straus...
The Mary Flannery O’Connor Charitable Trust has sent good news to the Flannery O’Connor – Andalusia Foundation. The Trust has promised to support the Foundation with annual gifts of $60,000 each year for three years. W. Louise Florencourt, Esquire,...