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Let the NC Literary Map Be Your Guide

If you’ve been to a Network conference in the past few years, then you’ve likely chatted with a representative from the North Carolina Literary Map. They’ve been an exciting and constant presence in our exhibit hall since their founding in 2010. In the last six years, they’ve developed a unique program that has positioned them […]

Meet Our Spring Conference Exhibitors – Part 3

Pre-registration for our 2016 Spring Conference closes on Sunday. So there’s still time to register at a great discount, and ensure your place in what promises to be a fun, full day of sessions, readings, and of course, shaking hands and chatting up an exhibit hall packed with vendors. We’ve been introducing those worthy souls […]

Meet Our Fall Conference Exhibitors: Part II

Last week we introduced several of the literary organizations who will be exhibiting at the North Carolina Writers’ Network 2015 Fall Conference, November 20-22, in Asheville. Continuing in alphabetical order, here’s Part Two! Hub City Writers Project has published more than 500 writers through its publishing arm, Hub City Press; serves the city of Spartanburg, […]

Lit Map Book Club

The North Carolina Literary Map is up and running and an easy (if informative) way to lose an entire afternoon. To help make sure that North Carolina’s finest writers and writing are not only mapped and celebrated, but also, y’know, read, the good folks behind the Lit Map have launched their own online book club. […]

Greensboro: Closer Than You Think

What’s the third-best reason to come to our 2012 Spring Conference? Greensboro, North Carolina is a whole lot closer than Green County, Wisconsin; Green River, Wyoming; or Greenland! In fact, Greensboro–and specifically the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, where the conference will be held–is right smack-dab in the geographic heart of our state. Fitting, because geography […]