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This article focuses on interviews conducted with Robert Morgan, a native North Carolina author of historical fiction. He discusses his choice to make the main character a woman, the balance he must create between the character’s point of view and the history of the battle, and his inspirations throughout his writing career.
The latest works of four North Carolina writers, Lawrence Naumoff, Reynolds Price, Robert Morgan, and Margaret Maron, are reviewed by Independent staffers.
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.
North Carolina author Robert Morgan, whose work includes ten volumes of poetry, three novels, and three collections of short stories, discusses his craft and his attraction to Appalachian subjects.
North Carolina native Robert Morgan is interviewed by East Carolina University English Department faculty members Patrick and Resa Crane Bizzaro. Morgan, a faculty member at Cornell University since 1971, discusses his work, in particular his novel GAP CREEK and his new collection of poetry TOPSAIL ROAD.