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Louisiana had the Longs, Virginia had the Byrds, Georgia had the Talmadges, and North Carolina had the Scotts. In this history of North Carolina’s most influential political family, Rob Christensen tells the story of the Scotts and how they dominated Tar Heel politics. Three generations of Scotts—W. Kerr Scott, Robert Scott, and Meg Scott Phipps—held... Read More →Find out more »
Writers Morning Out, as part of the North Carolina Writers Network, provides education and discussion of the craft and business of writing, opportunities for recognition, resources for writers at all stages of development, and a community for those who write. Our monthly meetings are a free gathering of writers of any genre. Place: Backroom of... Read More →Find out more »
In her debut collection, Emily W. Pease is at work redefining the short story. Let Me Out Here explores the underbellies and strange desires of our neighbors, our loved ones, ourselves. A co-ed takes up with a with a mysterious cab driver who’s been calling every night on her dormitory’s hall phone; a family isolated... Read More →Find out more »
“Imaginative and haunting, Every Human Love is a masterful collection of short stories by Joanna Pearson, written with insight and empathy … there’s a strength, a lucidity, and a brilliance that shimmers and enchants.” —Synapsis Every Human Love is breathlessly stunning, in the sense that it is beautiful writing, but also in that it is... Read More →Find out more »
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