The 2017 AJC Decatur Book Festival will address on the vital role journalism plays in today’s continuously shifting society where the press faces pushback from the current political administration and the threat of fake news. Fittingly, the Atlanta Journal Constitution will increase its role with the festival by having many of its contributors and staff moderate the festival’s discussions.
Hartsfield-Jackson Airport represents precisely the opposite of intimacy. With its sprawling parking lots, bustling terminals and invasive (though sadly necessary) security checkpoints, it’s hard to consider the world’s busiest airport to be personal in any respect. This truth makes the mission of Hannah Palmer’s memoir, Flight Path (Hub City Press, 216 pp), quite ambitious.