An incubator for creative breakthrough, fundamentally focused on the artists’ book and print arts.
Authoring Action is an organization that provides tools to youth for their personal success in any career, calling and life path. Our students are authors of their own lives once they have learned to think analytically, present confidently and express themselves dynamically through creative writing, speech, film and design.
As a nonprofit affiliate of Duke, the Center for Documentary Studies is more than a traditional educational center. We combine the educational advantages of an internationally renowned institution with profound engagement in the wider world through the documentary arts, emphasizing the role of individual artists in contributing to society.
The Looking Glass Rock Writers’ Conference (LGRWC) is a unique creative experience for writers which aspires to foster reading, writing, creativity, and a sense of place in Transylvania County.
This open-hearted writing program for adults is an intensive, small-group learning experience designed to stretch participants’ creative capacities and knowledge in a supportive and noncompetitive environment.
Writeaways are weeklong writing workshops designed to liberate you from your day-to-day responsibilities so you can devote your full attention to writing.
Our goal from the beginning has been to find beautiful places and fill them with thoughtful writers devoted to each other’s success.
In France, Italy, New Mexico, and online, we facilitate the kinds of discussions that encourage you to keep writing, and indulge you with fabulous food and wine along the way. We believe that the combination—stunning locations, relief from daily cares, marvelous comforts and a supportive community—inspires you to produce your best writing.
Charlotte Center for Literary Arts, Inc. – “Charlotte Lit” – is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts center formed in August 2015 by writers Kathie Collins and Paul Reali. Our first program, Light the Night with Lit, featuring the poet Linda Pastan, was held in February 2016. Today, we have more than 250 members and hold more than 100 events annually.
Charlotte Lit’s mission is to celebrate the literary arts by educating and engaging writers and readers through classes, conversations, and community.
Our vision is to be a valued and vital part of the Charlotte arts community and become a premier creative writing center for the region.
Charlotte Writers Club supports the work of writers and promotes their development through education, recognition, and community in celebration of the written word.
For 100 years, the mission of the Charlotte Writers Club has been to create a supportive environment for writers in the greater Charlotte community. Today the CWC serves more than 300 members – poets, memoirists, writers of personal essays, short story writers, screenwriters, and novelists –who range in ability from beginners to some of the region’s best-known writers.
The Greensboro Bound Literary Festival was created in 2017 as a project of the 501(c)3 non-profit Greensboro Literary Organization. GB began as the creative brain child of Steve Colyer and Scuppernong Books owners Brian Lampkin, Steve Mitchell, and Deb and Dave White.
Noname Website: https://nonamebooks.com/
Rofhiwa Book Café: https://rofhiwabooks.com/
Rofhiwa is a black owned independent Bookcafé. Rofhiwa strives to reflect the expansiveness of the black imagination. We value books as repositories for collective knowledge.
We endeavor to foster a spirit of heightened engagement by curating a living, active, and affective collection of books that capture the dexterity of black writers across classic and contemporary works.
Rofhiwa values accessibility, we invite readers young and old to satisfy their curiosity, to wander and meet new titles or return to old favorites.
Noname Book Club is an online/irl community dedicated to uplifting POC voices. We do this by highlighting two books each month written by authors of color. In addition to building community with folks across the country Noname Book Club also sends their monthly book picks to incarcerated comrades through their Prison Program.
The North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame celebrates and promotes the state’s rich literary heritage by commemorating its leading authors and encouraging the continued flourishing of great literature. It is more than a museum housing photographs and archives. Working closely with libraries and schools, the Hall of Fame honors North Carolina writers with ongoing programs, services, and opportunities for children and adults.