F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald House and Museum.
Within driving distance of Atlanta exist many famous 20th-century writers' homes along the newly created Southern Literary Trail, a collaboration of 18 towns in Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi that recognizes significant writers' residences and towns. The home of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, in the Old Cloverdale section of Montgomery, Ala., is the only remaining residence of the Fitzgeralds and the only museum dedicated to the famous couple.
Oxford Convention & Visitors Bureau
William Faulkner, novelist, screenwriter and short-story writer, called Rowan Oak home for 37 years. Built in 1844, Rowan Oak, a Greek Revival house in Oxford, Miss., was renovated extensively by Faulkner, who lived there from 1930 until his death.
Carson McCullers Center
Novelist Carson McCullers lived in this Craftsman-style house in the Wildwood Circle/Hillcrest Historic District of Columbus, Ga., during her childhood. Today it's home to the Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians, affiliated with nearby Columbus State University. Best known for "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter," McCullers wrote five novels, two plays and 20 short stories.