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Meet the Author | Columbus

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

Teri M Brown will discuss An Enemy Like Me, a historical fiction novel set in WWII. It follows a first-generation German American who realizes he is more like the enemy than he is different. There will be a reading, author Q&A, and book signing.

Meet Author Teri M Brown | Brunswick

Sunset Beach Summer Market 206 Sunset Blvd N, Sunset Beach, NC

Teri M Brown and Karen C Whalen will hold be available to answer questions and sign books. Come out and learn more about these amazing NC authors!

Poetry Reading with Natasha Sajé and Anne Myles | Orange and Durham

Epilogue Books 109 E Franklin St. Suite 100, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

A poetry reading featuring new books by nationally-recognized poet and writer Natasha Sajé and NCWN member Anne Myles. Natasha’s poems, reviews, and essays have appeared in many periodicals, including The Henry James Review, American Poetry Review, Copper Nickel, Kenyon Review, New Republic, Poetry, Paris Review, Gettysburg Review, Ploughshares, Rhino, Shenandoah, The Writer’s Chronicle, and The […]

Signing / Reading at Flyleaf Books | Orange and Durham

Flyleaf Books 752 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Open signing and discussion of Randy Young's book And the Stars Flew with Us. Book Synopsis: Ride "shotgun" on a celebration of the open road that will resonate with all who remember fondly the poignant, tragic, poetic, wondrous, and often ridiculous elements that comprise the "Great American Family Road Trip." Only months after his father's […]

On Albert Bierstadt with poet and professor Ken Chamlee | Transylvania

Transylvania County Library 212 S Gaston St, Brevard, NC

Professor and poet Ken Chamlee chronicles the high and low points of Albert Bierstadt's life in a never-before-seen-way: through poetry. The Best Material for the Artist in the World tracks the life and career of the iconic landscape artist whose 19th-century representations of the American west earned him wealth and international acclaim. The presentation will […]

Mountain Wordsmiths | Virtual

Virtual: Zoom

Mountain Wordsmiths is a monthly Zoom meeting sponsored by NCWN-West. We are writers from North Carolina, North Georgia, and in other states across the country. Gifted poet and playwright Raven Chiong will be the featured reader for this month’s gathering of Mountain Wordsmiths on Thursday, September 28, at 10:30 a.m. via Zoom. The monthly event […]

Reading by Halle Hill and Ed Southern | Forsyth

Fair Witness 290 E 4th S, Winston-Salem, NC

Come hear these two writers: Halle Hill is from East Tennessee and lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. A graduate of Maryville College and the M.F.A. Writing program at Savannah College of Art and Design, she is the winner of the 2021 Crystal Wilkinson Creative Writing Prize and was a finalist for the 2021 ASME Award […]

NCWN-West Literary Hour | Clay

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

North Carolina poet Ken Chamblee and Georgia novelist Annelle Beall will read from their works at the Literary Hour in the Keith House on the John C. Campbell Folk School campus at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19. Chamlee is the author of If Not These Things and The Best Material for the Artist in the […]

Author Event: Edward Di Gangi | Chatham

Chatham Community Library 197 NC 87, Pittsboro, NC

Author Edward DiGangi. DiGangi’s story of adoption, search, discovery, and reunion is set against the glamorous ice skating spectaculars of the 1940s and details his late adulthood search for the identity of the woman who placed him for adoption at the time of his birth and the unexpected discoveries he made during the course of […]

Maura Way Book Launch and Reading: MUMMERY (Press 53) | Guilford

Scuppernong Books 304 South Elm Street, Greensboro, North Carolina

Maura Way is the author of Another Bungalow (Press 53). Her poetry and flash memoir has been widely published in journals such as The Appalachian Review, Poet Lore, Hong Kong Review, Puerto del Sol, Hotel Amerika, and The Potomac Review. Her work has also been featured in the North Carolina Poetry Society’s Poetry in Plain […]

From the Page Authors’ Showcase | Forsyth

Bookmarks 634 W 4th St #110, Winston-Salem, NC, United States

Join Bookmarks and Winston-Salem Writers for an evening featuring 4 authors reading from the works and speaking about their craft. This month's featured authors are: Maura Way, Mummery Kashiana Singh, Woman by the Door  Kenneth Chamlee, The Best Material for the Artist in the World Matthew Johnson, Far from New York State This is a free event; registration […]

Author event for Untethered | Forsyth

Book Ferret 3354 Robinhood Road, Winston-Salem, NC

Join Laura Whitfield for a reading from her award-winning memoir, Untethered: Faith, Failure, and Finding Solid Ground, followed by a Q&A and book signing.