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Charleen Swansea graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1956, taught there for one year, then at Queens College in Charlotte until 1964. She was fired from the college for being \"too courageously creative.\" She and her students then formed a writing group and created the Red Clay Reader, a magazine for writers with deep roots in the Southern soil. It had a run of seven years. She then founded her own publishing company, Red Clay Publishers, which has printed 32 books by Southern writers.