Photo of Red Clay Ramblers at Quail Ridge Books

NCLR thanks Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe and Charles and Annie Frazier (pictured above with NCLR Fiction Editor Liza Wieland, left), as well as the other writers and guests at our 2013 issue book party.

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Photo of Red Clay Ramblers at Quail Ridge Books

Elizabeth Jackson (above) reading her 2014 Applewhite Prize Poem at the 5th annual City Art Gallery Applewhite Art Invitational (right), Greenville, NC, 23 Jan. 2015
(photographs courtesy of City Art Gallery)


Meet staff members, get extra copies of the new issue (they make great gifts), buy back issues to complete your set.

NCLR representative(s) regularly attend(s) the fall conference of the North Carolina Writers Network, the annual meeting of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, the annual North Carolina Writers Conference, and the biennial North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame induction ceremony, as well as various other literary events across the state.

Thursday, September 22, Greenville Museum of Art, time TBA, Jim Grimsley returns to read from his memoir, How I Shed My Skin

Sunday, October 12, 2014, Southern Pines, 2:00 pm, Weymouth Center, North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (issues and subscriptions available for purchase at the NCLR exhibit table)

Saturday, October 22, Greenville, NC, 2-4 pm East Carolina University, J.Y. Joyner Library Faulkner Gallery (2nd floor), A birthday party to celebrate 25 years of NCLR (special guests, NCLR's original art director Eva Roberts and NC Writers' Network Director Ed Southern; featured writers Philip Gerard and Michael Parker)

Saturday, November 18, Raleigh, NC, at the Doubletree on Hillsborough St., North Carolina Literary and Historical Association annual meeting, including a panel on 25 Years of NCLR, featuring Founding Editor Alex Albright, Editor Margaret Bauer, and contributing writer Zackary Vernon (panel time 3:15-4:30)

Please contact the editor to invite her or another NCLR representative to your literary event.

Photo of Red Clay Ramblers at Quail Ridge Books

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