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Meet Our Fall Conference Exhibitors: Part I

The North Carolina Writers’ Network 2015 Fall Conference runs November 20-22 in Asheville. Registration is open. One of the highlights of the weekend is our exhibit hall packed with vendors representing literary organizations from around North Carolina and beyond. We’ll be introducing all the exhibitors in a three-part series of blog posts. In alphabetical order…. […]

LIVE at White Rock Hall

In 2007, Denise Petrey and her husband, Keith Flynn, purchased the White Rock Presbyterian Church. Built in 1909, the church needed to be moved from the flood plain where it had sat for almost a century. Two years later, a “large truck” and two bulldozers moved the church down the road, the church was re-christened […]

Announcing a New NC Publisher: Orison Books

“Orison” is a thirteenth century word meaning “prayer.” At Orison Books, a new Asheville-based press focusing on the life of the spirit, the staff believes “the best spiritual art and literature call us to meditate and contemplate, rather than asking us to adopt any ideology or set of propositions.” Determined that their list will ask […]

William Matthews Poetry Prize Winners 2012

From Keith Flynn and our friends at the Asheville Poetry Review: The editors at the Asheville Poetry Review are pleased to announce the William Matthews Poetry Prize recipients for 2012. Becky Gould Gibson, from Winston-Salem, NC, was awarded first prize for her poem, “Heading Home,” and will receive $1000, plus publication in the next issue […]