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Summer Writing Camps for Young People

It’s Memorial Day Weekend, which means summer is here. Before you know it, your children will be out of school and needing activities to occupy their time. And let’s face it: you’re going to want them out of the house, at least for a few hours this summer. Here are some summer writing workshops for […]

Making the Most of a Writing Conference

  The North Carolina Writers’ Network 2015 Spring Conference is right around the corner. So how to make the most of a day spent on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro? Sandra Beckwith, a “recovering publicist with more than 25 years of award-winning publicity experience,” runs the website Build Book Buzz. […]

storySouth Highlights Winners of Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition

As part of our programs and services, the North Carolina Writers’ Network offers four annual writing competitions, including the Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition┬áhonoring the work and legacy of the poet and critic Randall Jarrell. Now you can read the winning poem from the 2013 competition plus three additional finalists in a special section of storySouth. […]

Announcing the Literary Map of North Carolina

Anyone who attended the Keynote Address at the NCWN 2012 Spring Conference at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro heard archivists Jennifer Motszko, Kathelene Smith, and Keith Gorman present a sneak preview of the then yet-to-be-released Literary Map of North Carolina. Less than six months later, the map is now live! The NC Literary […]