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10 results for North Carolina Literary Review Vol. Issue 10, 2001
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6213
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Robinson continues this series profiling North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Sharyn McCrumb, James McGrit, Heather Ross Miller, Ruth Moose, and Tim McLaurin.
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6219
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Mama Dip's Country Kitchen is a Chapel Hill institution. Mama Dip, or Mildred Council, started her restaurant in 1976, and continues to prepare her own style of Southern cooking. She has written a cookbook, MAMA DIP'S KITCHEN, developed her own line of products, and appeared on national television.
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6217
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For lovers of fine dining, J. Basul Noble is a place to go in High Point. James Noble opened the restaurant almost twenty years ago and today has restaurants in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Charlotte. The original High Point restaurant, specializes in offering the finest foods, all prepared in-house, and attracts a strong following, both local and out-of-state.
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6216
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The Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company opened the Cow Cafe in New Bern in 1994, right across the street from its plant. Decorated in black and white, the cafe has attracted a local following and is a favorite of hundreds of vacationers from out-of-state.
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6218
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Dick's Hot Dog Stand is a Wilson landmark. Founded in 1921 by Socrates Gliarmis, the restaurant has fed people in all walks of life who come to enjoy a hot dog flavored with a secret chili sauce. Gliarmis' son and grandchildren now run the business.
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6237
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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.
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6235
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Orson Scott Card has resided in North Carolina around twenty years. He is difficult to categorize in terms of genre, for his output ranges over fantasy, science-fiction, drama, critical studies, and software technical manuals. Senior examines Card's work, which is not without controversy.
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6236
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John Kessel, creative writing faculty member in the North Carolina State University English Department, discusses his work, influences, and publication of GOOD NEWS FROM OUTER SPACE, with interviewers Sullivan and Holte.
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19839
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North Carolina has long been a haven to a host of writers from many different genres of literature, especially science fiction and fantasy. Authors such as Fred Chapelle, Orson Scott Card, Phillip Jose Farmer, and a multitude of listed science fiction and fantasy authors can claim the honor of being from or living in the state of North Carolina.
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19841
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North Carolina provides a multitude of opportunities for residents and visitors to experience the differences found in the types of foods of the state. These differences can be explained by the geographical and cultural differences found between different communities and regions of North Carolina.