Louis L’Amour’s Legacy

The beloved author built a career on western stories. Now his son is reviving L’Amour’s unreleased works beyond the genre. …

The Man Who Caught the Storm

Author Brantley Hargrove chronicles Tim Samaras, the groundbreaking self-taught tornado chaser who transformed the field with seemingly impossible breakthroughs.

Live From Nashville: Charlie Daniels

C&I chats with fiddle aficionado Charlie Daniels about his newly published autobiography Never Look at the Empty Seats: A Memoir and his timeless music career.

Only Killers and Thieves

British author Paul Howarth’s debut novel brings echoes of the American Wild West to the Australian outback.

Q&A: Moe Bandy’s New Autobiography, Lucky Me

C&I talks with Moe Bandy, one of America’s all-time leading classic country artists, about his recently released autobiography, Lucky Me, available now.

Book Shelf: Frederick Weygold

American painter, photographer, and ethnographer Frederick Weygold studied the life and culture of North American Indians, presenting his findings artistically and scientifically.

Delbert McClinton Is “One of the Fortunate Few”

The influential singer-songwriter and harmonica player talks about his new biography, wild and woolly juke joints, and the state of country music today.

Naomi Judd’s “River of Time” Now Out in Paperback

Naomi Judd talks to C&I about her candid memoir, River of Time: My Descent Into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope.