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number 29 2020

featuringNORTH CAROLINA
EXPATRIATE WRITERS

cover artA.R. Ammons 

cover design Dana Ezzell Lovelace

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2019-2020 Student Staff

Editorial Assistants
Megan Brown
Max Kilgore
Laura Pittman
Ashten Shope
Mayee Zhu

Interns
Emily J. Bolton
Matthew Giardino
Lily Johnson
Amber Knox
Devin Raines

 

nominations from the issue

TBD

Pushcart Nominations: TBD

 



NCLR 2020 ContentS {PENDING SUMMER PUBLICATION}

NORTH CAROLINA EXPATRIATE WRITERS {IN-PROGRESS}

Fugitive Slave Ex-Pats: The Myth of Northern Black Freedom
in Harriet Jacobs’s
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
by Ryan Furlong

Going in Reverse: The Post-Plessy Railroad in Charles Chesnutt’s The Colonel’s Dream
by Lydia E. Ferguson

The Cartography of Moira Crone: Mapping Visionary Fiction and Fantastic Futures
by Jim Grimsley

“I want out”: The Expatriation of Lionel Shriver
by Eric Walker

Gwendolyn Parker on Community, Writing, and the "Human Capacity for Forgiveness and Growth” 
an interview by Jenn Brandt

Knowing Your Place: Tony Earley’s Human Geography
by Jimmy Dean Smith

Music Is the Bearing: An Interview with Allison Adelle Hedge Coke
by Amber Flora Thomas

Hard Work and Determination Pay Off: An Interview with Ben Fountain
by Michael K. Brantley

Racism Squared
a poem by Glenis Redmond 

"Fight for your life”: Segregation, Im/mobilities, and the Fight for African American Futures
in Stephanie Powell Watts's
No One Is Coming to Save Us
by Maia L. Butler and DeLisa D. Hawkes

The Master of Movement: An Interview with Mary Robinette Kowal
by Helen Stead

 

FLASHBACKS: ECHOES OF PAST ISSUES

Zora Neale Hurston in North Carolina: Drama, Education, and Contemporary Activism
2019 Paul Green Prize essay by Rachel Warner

Franz, North Carolina, 1949
a poem by Jane Sasser

In the Art Museum, Thinking Music, and Trees Star the Seasons
three poems by James Applewhite

Eclipse and Icon
two poems by Fred Chappell

Meditation in a Glass House
the 2019 James Applewhite Poetry Prize poem by Wayne Johns

The Ghost Girls of Ottawa, Illinois
a poem by Debra Kaufman

Late Shift
a poem by Valerie Nieman

Monarch
a poem by Marty Silverthorne

Never Mind the Apocalypse, Here’s Jeff Jackson
an interview by Christie Alexander Hallberg

 

NORTH CAROLINA MISCELLANY

Something Coming
the 2019 Doris Betts Fiction Prize story by Katey Schultz

 

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