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Write That New South!

At long last, Writing the New South is back from hiatus with an essay by Bob McCarthy.  I hope you’ll all check it out soon.  Look for the next new WNS posting in about two weeks. With Writing the New South back in action, we thought it would be a good idea to remind everyone […]

The Network on the Radio

If you’re in the Triangle, tune into WCHL (1360 AM) at 6 tonight for “Who’s Talking with D. G. Martin.” D. G.’s guests tonight are NCWN director Ed Southern (yours truly) and Alice Osborn, the Network’s Wake County Regional Rep, who will be teaching a workshop called “How to Fit Social Media Into Our Busy […]

Summer Residency Still Open

I’ve talked to several Network members in the last few days who asked if the Squire Summer Writing Residency workshops are already full. They’re not.  We still have space available in all three workshops: poetry with Cathy Smith Bowers, fiction with Tommy Hays, and creative nonfiction with Catherine Reid. Please visit www.ncwriters.org to sign up.  […]

What did you learn at Spring Conference?

Those of you who missed Spring Conference missed some outstanding workshops, readings, and discussions about the craft and business of writing. As tempting as it may be to gloat, though, I hope that those who were there will share a little bit of what they learned with the rest of the Network. If you attended […]

The Network at SIBA

If you haven’t been to the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance trade show, you may not realize what a great opportunity the Network started offering today. In my past life with John F. Blair, Publisher, I attended every SIBA trade show but one since 1999.  There is no better opportunity for a writer in the South […]