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This is one of a number of articles (pp. 54-99) detailing the output of Chapel Hill writer Manly Wade Wellman (1903-1986). Each article offers a tribute to the man and his writing legacy, which includes science fiction, history, biography, and comic books.
Discussing North Carolina novelists who published books in 1952, this article highlights previous works by John McKnight, Joe Knox, Frank Borden Hanes, Manly Wade Wellman, and Betty Smith.
Author Mark Ogilvie was touched by the literary and musical work of Wade Wellman at a young age. Wellman set his fiction in North Carolina and wove local folk songs into his work. While in college, Ogilvie embarked on a journey to discover the North Carolina locations where several Wellman works were set and the local lore that inspired them.