Ecotone magazine was founded by the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2005. Its impact was immediate: the inaugural issue featured an essay by eventual North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame inductee Clyde Edgerton; poetry by and an interview with eventual National Book Award winner Mark Doty […]
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The publishing industry is rapidly changing. But two new North Carolina-based publications are redefining media and setting the pace: The New New South and GERM Magazine. Both take fresh approaches to content and both publish exclusively online. The New New South (www.newnewsouth.com) offers “true stories from below the Mason-Dixon.” Founded by publisher Andrew Park of […]
This article from the Asheville Citizen-Times tells more about Ron Rash and his winning of the Frank O’Connor Short Story Award. It also points out that of the six finalists for this international award, two live in North Carolina: Rash and Chatham County’s Belle Boggs. The Writingest State, indeed.