Andalusia is the name of the farm where O'Connor lived and worked. Go visit and see if her spirit inspires the next great American novel.
Visit this repository of books, articles, and links to get your O'Connor on.
As if it wasn't enough that she wrote some of the best stories in American fiction, O'Connor was also a cartoonist on the side. What's next, she was also an expert chef?
Check out this article for a good introduction to the author, as well as insight into her last years spent in Milledgeville, Georgia.
Religion and ethics, two of O'Connor's favorite subjects. Here, PBS takes a look at how they found their way into her writing.
Want to know what O'Connor's alma mater looks like but can't make it to Georgia? Then watch this short video clip made by Georgia College, where she received her bachelor's degree in 1945.
O'Connor and a mysterious lady friend share hopes, dreams, and more in a previously sealed collection of letters. Read on for an interview with Emory University for more.
Take a break from words and look through some more of her cartoons. Oh, and if you're tempted, there's a short discussion on the writer/artist.
Just look at that smile on our young author's face.
Flannery O'Connor takes a break from writing and tending to her peacocks to pose for the camera while on her farm.