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Three NCWN Members Long-Listed for National Book Awards

Three members of the North Carolina Writers’ Network have been long-listed for the 2021 National Book Awards. Threa Almontaser has been nominated in Poetry for her collection, The Wild Fox of Yemen (Graywolf Press). Jason Mott has been nominated in Fiction for his new novel, Hell of a Book (Dutton). NC Literary Hall of Fame […]

What Makes Charlotte a Unique Place to be a Writer?

The North Carolina Writers’ Network will hold our 2014 Fall Conference November 21-23 in Charlotte. Also known as “The Queen City,” Charlotte is a unique place to be a writer—but don’t take our word for it. “The Cabarrus-Rowan chapter of NCWN is a small but mighty group. Whether you are an experienced or emerging author, […]

The Mural at Pittsboro’s Circle City Bookstore

In January of this year, Circle City Bookstore in Pittsboro completed a mural on one of its outer walls showcasing forty-eight titles written by prominent Southern authors. The usual suspects are represented—William Faulkner’s Light in August, Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward Angel—but the owners of Circle City have also made a point of including not only […]