Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Literary Review Vol. Issue 15, 2006
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Robinson continues this series which profiles North Carolina writers, as well as those who have written in or about the state. Included in this latest installment are Hake Talbot, Suzanne Tate, Jackie Torrence, and John Roberts Tunis.
Celebrated author Randall Kenan has had many influences on his life and his writing while growing up in North Carolina. From his childhood in Duplin County, to attending college at UNC-Chapel Hill, and the many literary influences in between, Kenan reflects the diversity that comes from North Carolina.
A Wreath from the Woods of Carolina, written by Mary Ann Bryan Mason in 1859, was the first children's book written by a North Carolina. The book exemplifies the American juvenile literature of the antebellum period and utilized beautiful chromolithographs of native wildflowers to amaze its readers.
Hatteras native and author Tom Carlson paints a splendid picture of the people, issues, and ideas of the Outer Banks in his book \"Hatteras Blues: A Story from the Edge of America.\" During the course of the book, Carlson conveys the uniqueness of culture and character found on the Outer Banks.