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Books are a common source of stories utilized in the filmmaking process. Author George Hovis examines the rich literary history of North Carolina and selects 10 stories or books that he believes would make good feature films.
Native North Carolinian author Wiley Cash is interviewed for this article. Writer of A Land More Kind than Home, Cash discusses the inspiration behind the novel, why he chose to set it in North Carolina, and his approach to addressing issues that he sees in religion, power, and family dynamics.
In this interview, Clyde Edgerton discusses his artwork, novels, and non-fiction writing. He discusses what inspires him, including music, his childhood experiences, flying planes, and becoming a father.
In the 20th-century North Carolina saw a meeting of agriculture and industry, which gave rise to a hybrid occupation called farmer/peddler. Industry created ways for farmers to peddle their products, thereby raising the farmers' standards of living.