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Members Find Success in 2016 Rash Awards

The Broad River Review hosts the annual Rash Awards in the categories of fiction and poetry. Poetry entries are restricted to five poems, with no more than ten pages total per submission. Fiction entries must be double spaced and no more than 5,000 words. This year, North Carolina writer Aaron Gwyn judged fiction, while Florida […]

Much Reading for Your Weekend

There’s a lot going on, now and in the weeks to come: SPARKcon and poetrySPARK are back in the capital, kicking things off tonight with the NCWN Poetry Open Mic Night, hosted by Alice Osborn at Isaac Hunter’s Tavern. The good folks at BiblioBuffet (including our beloved board president Nicki Leone) share their pick of […]

Interview with Aaron Gwyn

I’ve been reading Aaron Gwyn’s short story collection, Dog on the Cross, and I think comparisons to Flannery O’ Conner are fair. He’s one of  those enviable writers who makes you think that you can write after reading him, because he’s able to evoke such complex themes in as few words as possible. Even though […]