Georgann Eubanks is the author of the Literary Trails series commissioned by the North Carolina Arts Council and published by UNC Press. She is a writer, teacher, and consultant with more than thirty years of experience in the non-profit sector. Since 2000, she has been a principal with Donna Campbell in Minnow Media, LLC, an Emmy-winning multimedia production company that primarily creates independent documentaries for public television.
Eubanks has taught creative writing as a guest artist in public schools and prisons, at UNC-Chapel Hill, and presently serves as the writing coach for the William C. Friday Fellows. For twenty years, Eubanks served as Director of the Duke University Writers’ Workshop, a summer writing program for adults, and is now leading the Table Rock Writers Workshop, held annually in Little Switzerland. Eubanks has published short stories, poems, reviews, and profiles in many magazines and journals including Oxford American, Bellingham Review, Southern Review, Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, and North American Review. She is a North Carolina Arts Council Literary Fellowship recipient.
A graduate of Duke University, Eubanks is also a former president of Arts North Carolina, a former chair of the NC Humanities Council, and is one of the founders of the NC Writers' Network. She is President-elect of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association and serves on the board of Pocosin Arts in Columbia, NC. Her next book, The Month of Their Ripening: North Carolina Heritage Foods, is due out from UNC Press in 2018.
The North Carolina Writers' Network connects, promotes, and serves the writers of this state. It provides education in the craft and business of writing, opportunities for recognition and critique of literary work, resources for writers at all stages of development, support for and advocacy of the literary heritage of North Carolina, and a community for those who write. The North Carolina Writers’ Network believes that writing is necessary both for self-expression and a healthy community, that well-written words can connect people across time and distance, and that the deeply satisfying experiences of writing and reading should be available to everyone.
The non-profit North Carolina Writers’ Network is the state’s oldest and largest literary arts services organization devoted to writers at all stages of development. For additional information, visit www.ncwriters.org.