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Community Event Partners
Brown Library, Washington NC
Braswell Library, Rocky Mount NC
Sheppard Memorial Library, Greenville NC
Wilson Public Library, Wilson, NC
The Banks of the Arts, New Bern, NC
The History Place, Morehead City, NC
The Imperial Centre, Rocky Mount NC

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February 21, 7:00pm
Wilson Reads, sponsored by the Friends of Wilson Library
Wilson Public Library
249 Nash St W, Wilson, NC

NCLR Editor Margaret Bauer presents on North
Carolina Literature, the North Carolina Literary Review,
and the Eastern North Carolina Literary Homecoming

March 19, 7:00pm
Wilson Public Library
249 Nash St W, Wilson, NC

Professor Rebecca Godwin presents
on fiction by Eleanora E. Tate

May 19, 1:00pm
The Bank of the Arts
317 Middle St, New Bern, NC

Randall Martoccia presents showcase of films
based on NC short stories

June 21, 6:00pm
Braswell Memorial Library
727 North Grace St, Rocky Mount, NC

Ruth Holton-Johnson presents on fiction by
Eleanora E. Tate and screen the adapted film
Just an Overnight Guest

June 27, 2:00pm
Brown Library
122 Van Norden St, Washington, NC

Author Eleanora E. Tate will screen the adaptation
of her children’s novel Just an Overnight Guest

 

 


August 2, 6:00pm
The Imperial Centre
270 Gay St, Rocky Mount, NC

Author Daniel Wallace will discuss his experiences adapting literature into film and afterwards there will be a screening of the film adaptation of his novel Big Fish

August 29, 7:00pm
Sheppard Memorial Library
530 Evans St, Greenville, NC

Professor Margaret Bauer presents
on the fiction of Charles Frazier

OTHER RELATED EVENTS
Professor Margaret Bauer discusses Paul Green’s
The House of Connelly, from Broadway to Hollywood
• April 21, Lillington, Campbell University,
Paul Green Festival, 10am and 2pm
• May 9, Raleigh, NC Museum of History,
History a la carte, 12:10–1pm

May 14, noon, Greenville Rotary Club
NCLR Editor Margaret Bauer talks about North
Carolina Literature, NCLR, and the Eastern North
Carolina Literary Homecoming

BOOK CLUB PRESENTATIONS
Professor Margaret Bauer, “Gone with the Men:
Scarlett and Melanie Redux in Cold Mountain”
• January 23, Dilettantes Book Club
• April 3, Roundtable Book Club

May 1, Inter Se Book Club
Gabrielle Freeman talks about Daniel Wallace’s
Big Fish and his latest film

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