We are excited that Melissa Crowe will join us as faculty in poetry for this year’s Fall Conference. Crowe will lead a poetics course titled Breed a Needle: Revision as […]
NC Writers’ Network Blog
On September 20th, PEN America NC Piedmont and the NC Writers’ Network will host a conversation at Queeny’s in downtown Durham as part of Banned Book Week. The social hour […]
If you are experiencing challenges booking a new reservation online for Fall Conference, IHG is working to restore all service as soon as possible. At this time, we encourage you to […]
If you are experiencing challenges booking a new reservation online for Fall Conference, IHG is working to restore all service as soon as possible. If you have an urgent request […]
The staff and board of the North Carolina Writers’ Network join the great many others mourning the loss of Michael Malone. Michael was the author of 14 novels, a short-story collection, […]
NCWN Communications Director Katherine O’Hara interviewed President of Carteret Writers Melissa Kelley, Vice President Emily Carter, and Secretary Autumn Ware on their organization’s latest event and relaunch.
CNN reported yesterday that Salman Rushdie is “awake and ‘articulate’ in his conversations with investigators” after surviving a brutal knife attack on Friday. Rushdie remains hospitalized with multiple wounds to his neck, stomach, […]
One afternoon my first boss in the book business handed me an advance copy of The Moor’s Last Sigh, the latest novel by Salman Rushdie. He said he wanted me to […]
The North Carolina Writers’ Network staff and Board of Trustees share the books they love so far this summer.
When the flood waters rose in Hindman, KY, last week, they forced more than three dozen writers to evacuate to higher ground, and cut short the Appalachian Writers’ Workshop they […]