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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, […]

The Mural at Pittsboro’s Circle City Bookstore

In January of this year, Circle City Bookstore in Pittsboro completed a mural on one of its outer walls showcasing forty-eight titles written by prominent Southern authors. The usual suspects are represented—William Faulkner’s Light in August, Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward Angel—but the owners of Circle City have also made a point of including not only […]