NCLR hero Kathryn Stripling Byer at the 2011 issue publication party at City Lights Bookstore in Sylva, NC, 10 Sept. 2011

 

To learn "ways that you might join us as we move ambitiously into the next 25 years," read the inspiring remarks given by Harriot College of Arts and Sciences Dean William Downs at our 2017 benefit.

Friends of the North Carolina Literary Review

Former North Carolina Poet Laureate Kathryn Stripling Byer wrote to the NCLR staff,

"Everyone at the North Carolina Literary Review is a hero to me."

There are many others across the state who are also heroes. Largely because of North Carolina citizens' heroic appreciation of our writers, the North Carolina Literary Review continues to thrive in an era of dwindling economic support for publishers of literature. The East Carolina University Foundation provides the opportunity for you, too, to become a literary hero by joining aspecial group of supporters.

Be a hero to us. Become a Friend of theĀ North Carolina Literary Review.

Donate by check: Simply send your check, payable to the "ECU Foundation, Inc.,"
noting "NCLR Fund ET4497" on the memo line to:

University Development
Greenville Centre
2200 S. Charles Street
Greenville, NC 27858

Or Donate Online: Follow this link to the ECU Foundation online donation site. In the funding options, choose Arts & Sciences, and then North Carolina Literary Review.

If you wish your gift to go toward helping to endow the James Applewhite Poetry Prize or the Alex Albright Creative Nonfiction Prize, indicate so in the notes box of the online donation site or add that to the memo line of your check (along with the NCLR fund number, as indicated above).

Click on this link to see the list of Friends of NCLR (to date).

Thank you for your support.

For information on our last benefit event, click on the image below.

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