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Tag Archives: Lisa Zerkle

Born from Chaos, Broad River Review Shines Bright

In 1968, America was in the rocky middle: of Vietnam, of the Cold War, of shootouts between Black Panthers and police, and student protests on campuses all across the country. From this chaos was born a literary magazine, the Broad River Review, the official rag of Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, a town that is […]

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 […]

What Makes Charlotte a Unique Place to be a Writer?

The North Carolina Writers’ Network will hold our 2014 Fall Conference November 21-23 in Charlotte. Also known as “The Queen City,” Charlotte is a unique place to be a writer—but don’t take our word for it. “The Cabarrus-Rowan chapter of NCWN is a small but mighty group. Whether you are an experienced or emerging author, […]

New Videos of Members Reading Poetry

New footage of North Carolina Writers’ Network members reading their poetry is now available on the Network’s YouTube channel. (Check out the playlist “NC Poetry Society 2012 Annual Meeting“.) Videos of the following poets are posted: Anthony S. Abbott Michael Gaspeny Mimi Herman Richard Krawiec Dave Manning Sandra Ann Winters Lisa Zerkle These videos were […]