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Heather Frese | The Saddest Girl on the Beach In Conversation with Jill McCorkle | Wake

Quail Ridge Books 4209-100 Lassiter Mill Road, Raleigh, NC

ABOUT THE EVENT Tickets include a signed copy of The Saddest Girl on the Beach, guaranteed entry to the event, and a seat in the reserved section. Heather will be in conversation with Jill McCorkle. Heather & Jill will sign and books after the program. All live author events are subject to change. More information […]

Book Signing with Shelby Stephenson/Benson | Johnston

Sisters II Ice Cream 108 S Market St, Benson, NC, United States

Shelby Stephenson signs his book, Cow Mire Songs, poetry by NC’s ninth Poet Laureate and NC Literary Hall of Fame honoree. Free event.

Julia Nunnally Duncan book signing | MacDowell

Finley's Produce 3821 Hwy. 221 N., Marion, NC

Julia Nunnally Duncan will be signing copies of her books, including her latest poetry collection, When Time Was Suspended, and essay collection, All We Have Loved. She will be located on the front porch. This venue is an old-fashioned produce stand with a quaint gift shop filled with local arts and crafts, honey, and other […]

Book Signing: Julie Johnson/Pine Level | Johnston

Pine Level Hardware and Furniture 219 N Peedin Ave, Pine Level, NC

Book signing with farmer, songwriter, poet, and NCWN member Julie Johnston, author of the children’s storybook, Bessie. Julie serves on the board of Triangle East Writers. Free event.

Author Event: Edward Di Gangi | Forsyth

The Bookhouse 120-A Reynolda Village, Winston-Salem, NC, United States

Author Edward Di Gangi will be presenting "A Son's Search - A Mother's Journey," a Powerpoint program that traces his late-adulthood search for the woman who had placed him for adoption at the time of his birth and the unexpected discoveries he made during the course of his journey. His three years of research resulted […]

Julia Nunnally Duncan Book Presentation | Mitchell

The Orchard at Altapass 1025 Orchard Road, Blue Ridge Parkway, Spruce Pine, NC

Julia Nunnally Duncan will give a presentation about her new essay collection All We Have Loved to the Orchard Book Club, which has selected the book for its May 2024 meeting.

Meet the Author, Teri M. Brown | Columbus

Columbus County Library-Whiteville 407 N. JK Powell Blvd, Whiteville, NC

Teri M. Brown will discuss her latest novel, Daughters of Green Mountain Gap, with a reading and Q&A session. A book signing will follow the discussion. All three books will be available for purchase. Free event.

Becoming Your Own Best Editor: A Faculty Reading | Virtual

Virtual via Zoom

Join us for Becoming Your Own Best Editor, a free online reading with authors and Monthly Mentorship faculty Katey Schultz, Desiree Cooper, Alejandro de Acosta, and Sarah Seltzer. Each author will present, reading from their work and briefly addressing how they have learned to coach themselves through issues within their writing or writing lives. The […]

The Literary Hour | Clay

John C. Campbell Folk School One Folk School Road, Brasstown, NC, United States

Two NCWN members, Mary Ricketson and David Westwood, will share their poetry and prose. Mary will read poetry from one of her latest books, Stutter, and David will share from his novels. This event is open to the public and students at the folk school are invited to attend.

Meet the Author, Teri M. Brown | Brunswick

Southwest Brunswick Library 9400 Ocean Highway West, Carolina Shores, NC

Teri M. Brown will discuss her latest novel, Daughters of Green Mountain Gap, with a reading and Q&A session. A book signing will follow the discussion. All three books will be available for purchase. Free event.