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Ronald H. Bayes, RIP

For the second time in as many weeks, the North Carolina literary community finds itself mourning the loss of a wonderful friend and writer, after learning that North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame inductee Ronald H. Bayes passed away over the weekend. He was 89 years old. “Ron Bayes does not consider life a spectator […]

Happy Trails, Marsha Warren!

Happy trails to Marsha Warren who will retire as director of the Paul Green Foundation, effective January 1, 2021. “I’ll very much miss helping carry on Paul Green’s life-long work in support of the arts and human rights,” Marsha said in an e-mail. She has served the Paul Green Foundation for thirty years. In 2018, […]

St. Andrews University Press Approaches 50 Years of Excellence

St. Andrews University Press, based in Laurinburg, is about to turn fifty: a testimony to their legacy of excellence. Founded as America’s first undergraduate press in 1969, St. Andrews University Press has since published over 200 titles of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and drama, including North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame inductees Fred Chappell, Sam Ragan, […]