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Author and illustrator Pamela Pease owns Chapel Hill's Paintbox Press. Prior to this she had a twenty-year career in the fashion industry in Los Angles. Her master's program project at Syracuse University was a pop-up book. Leaving the fashion industry and coming to Chapel Hill provided her with the opportunity to pursue this type of book. Taylor discusses the books Pease has published and the creative process the author follows in developing them. It usually takes Pease two years to create a book.
Chapel Hill author Nic Brown draws on his various life experiences when writing. Brown recently published a novel Doubles and his journey to publishing the novel is detailed.
Terrance Holt is a Chapel Hill physician and former teacher who recently published a collection of short stories. The collection has gained praised by the New York Tiimes and Junot Diaz. Holt is interviewed an shares his thoughts on the power of language, the reasons he writes, the reason he became a geriatric doctor, how his two professions are linked, and what he hopes his stories represent.