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9th Eastern North Carolina Literary Homecoming, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2012
Presentation of the 2012 James Applewhite Poetry Prize
• Presented by James Applewhite
• James Applewhite presents 1st Prize to Mark Smith-Soto; reading of “Last Retreat to Topsail Island”
• Read the winning poem and finalists in NCLR Online and NCLR 2013.
Presentation of the 2012 Roberts Award for Literary Inspiration to James Applewhite
• An Homage to James Applewhite by Jeffrey Franklin, NCLR Poetry Editor
• Read this appreciation in NCLR Online 2013.
• An appreciation of and a poem dedicated to James Applewhite by Sally Rosen Kindred
• Timothy B. Tyson on some Applewhite family history
• Closing remarks from James Applewhite
9th Eastern North Carolina Literary Homecoming, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
Panel: The Blockbuster, the Independent Film, and the Made-for-TV Movie: Different Venues, Different Audiences, with Charles Frazier, Timothy Tyson, and James Dodson
Click on the authors' names above to hear their responses to initial questions from moderator Chip Hackler (UNC-W Film Studies), and then hear the
Keynote Speaker, Charles Frazier, author of
Cold Mountain; Interviewed by Margaret D. Bauer, NCLR Editor
• Hear Frazier read from his new novel, Nightwoods, during this segment of the interview.
• Hear Frazier read from Cold Mountain during this segment of the interview.
• Hear Frazier read from Thirteen Moons during this segment of the interview.
• Listen to the Q&A between the audience and the author.
ENCLH 2010: Contrasting Cultural Expressions: Perceptions of Place and Self"
• Josephine Humphreys, Keynote Address 1:
Hear the author talk about writing.
• Josephine Humphreys, Keynote Address 2:
Hear the author talk about her novel Nowhere Else on Earth
• Josephine Humphreys, Keynote Address 3:
Hear the author talk about being a Southern Writer, the changing South, and the community of the South.
Panel Discussion: Looking Back to Look Forward: Historical Fiction
• Carole Boston Weatherford (coming soon)
• Josephine Humphreys: more about her novel Nowhere Else on Earth