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Marjorie Hudsons's book, Accidental Birds of the Carolinas, took her nearly twenty years to finish, but it received an honorable mention for the PEN/Hemingway Award for Distinguished First Fiction in 2012. She lives on forty acres in Chatham County.
Marjorie Hudson, a writer who moved to North Carolina in the early 1980’s, discusses the success of writers’ workshops and networking in the state. She began her Kitchen Table Workshops to allow small groups of writers to come together, share their work, and eat stew. In this piece, she offers advice to new writers, addresses what inspired her, and her process for creating literature.