Mississippi State University Neely’s journal, fiction and non-fiction work in the Special Collection Archive at the university’s Mitchell Memorial Library in a formal ceremony in August, alongside works from some of the most notable writers, artists and public figures in state history.
Catfish Alley featuring Neely Tucker
Catfish Alley, a quarterly arts magazine in Mississippi, profiled Neely in the spring of 2016, when “Only The Hunted Run” was being readied for publication.
Documentary filmmaker John Mulholland (“Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen;” “As Time Goes By”) turns his attention to one of the most influential American authors of the past half century: Elmore Leonard, the legendary crime novelist. Neely, who as friends with Dutch for two decades, is one of several featured interviews. Scheduled to be released Sept. 15.
Martine Rothblatt, chairman of United Therapeutics Corporation, explains how our digital doppelgängers could lead to immortality. (Washington Post Live)
Politics & Prose, July 1, 2014
An Elmore Leonard character from Cuba Libre talks about what made Dutch the coolest man on the planet.
Billy Joel and the magic moment. Explaining why the Piano Man was named a Kennedy Center Honoree: “A pagan, tribal, ritual” — from “The Last Play at Shea” concert.
Author Q&A with Neely Tucker
Neely Tucker on Journalism & Fiction
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