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17864
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Although with no university or exciting night life, historic Hillsborough possibly claim to have more critically acclaimed authors per capita than any other city in the region.
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18698
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North Carolina writer Robert Morgan possesses a unique career full of diverse works and popular acclaim. In his numerous works, Morgan's exceptional perspective on the world around him makes him stand out from others in the literary community.
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18763
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Author Wayne Caldwell's has written two novels, Cataloochee and Requiem by Fire, which detail the lives of several generations of North Carolina Mountain people from the end of the Civil War up to the late 1920s. In this interview, Caldwell discusses those who influenced his writing, the mountain culture, and his forthcoming literary projects.
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18765
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Author Ron Rash has written, worked, and lived Appalachia for most of his life. From growing up in an artistic family in western North Carolina to teaching Appalachian Studies at Western Carolina University. Through his writing, Rash strives to accurately portray the Appalachian culture and community.
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19764
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North Carolina author Clyde Edgerton created his own fictional universe in Hansen County, North Carolina. Based upon the small town he grew up in and including many of the characters and locales of his childhood, Edgerton's literary cosmos also includes his celebration of the ties that bind individuals, their families, and their shared histories together.                             
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27543
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Nancy Peacock is a Chatham County author known for her rough characters. Peacock recently won the N.C. Writer’s Network’s Fiction Syndicate Competition. She often writes about disappointment, sadness, frustration and says her material comes from observation. Working jobs as a waitress, carpenter, dairyworker, and bartender helped her gather material.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 7 Issue 15, June 15-21 1989, p10-11 Periodical Website
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30780
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Bill Sharpe has published the second volume of NEW GEOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA. The book is a mix of geography, history, anecdotes, social life, and economic report of a selection of counties in North Carolina.
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31678
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This year, many North Carolina writers published award-winning books. There was a total of fifty-six books entered in the competitions for which awards were presented during Culture Week, November 12-16. This article highlights the winning books and provides background on each of the authors.
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34815
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Craig LeHoullier, a Raleigh resident, has worked with heirloom tomatoes over the past four decades. Ordering heirloom varieties through the mail, LeHoullier aims to expand heirloom accessibility through seed companies. He also experiments with several varieties, breeding them for characteristics that make them accessible to a wider range of growers. His work has culminated in two books for tomato growers.
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