Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Literary Review Vol. Issue 16, 2007
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Based upon his comments at the First Eastern North Carolina Literary Homecoming, North Carolina author Allan Gurganus reflects upon geography, family, and history as it affects the culture of Eastern North Carolina.
The creative writing program at East Carolina University is and has been an integral program within the university with a distinguished history and record. This is largely due to the presence and abilities of ECU's first writer-in-residence, Ovid Williams Pierce, who created the program and directed it for many years.
North Carolina authors Kathryn Stripling Byer and Isabel Zuber have successfully explored the complex and fascinating lives of Appalachian women in their novels. By following in the footsteps of early 20th century author Emma Bell Miles, Byer and Zuber continue to traverse a much misunderstood and under studied area of literature.
The Early Girl Eatery of Asheville, North Carolina embodies the local flavor that the region is so known for. This farm to table restaurant specializes in Southern comfort food with a local twist.