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If You Write, then You Need to Subscribe to Literary Mags

Each year, but especially during contest season, the North Carolina Writers’ Network works closely with several literary journals that facilitate our contests, often publish our winners and finalists, stand at exhibit tables for long hours during conferences, sponsor conferences, and help make North Carolina the fertile literary ecosystem that it is. Writers should subscribe to […]

Happy Trails to Tommy Hays

Happy Trails to Tommy Hays, who announced his retirement as the Executive Director of the Great Smokies Writing Program at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Tommy taught for the program for twenty years. A novelist, playwright, and screenwriter, Tommy’s middle grade novel What I Came to Tell You was an Okra Pick by the Southern Independent […]

Happy Fortieth Anniversary to The Thomas Wolfe Review

The Thomas Wolfe Review turns forty this year. Established as the Thomas Wolfe Newsletter in 1977, the magazine became The Thomas Wolfe Review with issue 5.1 (Spring, 1981) and permanently switched to a perfect-bound format with issue 14.2 (Fall 1990). The journal is published every Fall. The Thomas Wolfe Review considers the winner of the […]