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  • Allan Jefferys - Pinehurst resident and former theatre critic and television writer. Includes his works, biography, and speeches plus photos of interviews he conducted with celebrities.
  • The Carolina Quarterly - Publication offers creative writing by established and emerging writers and poets. Includes current issue, recent back issues, submission policies.
  • Carolyn Steele Agosta - Fiction writer living in the state. Features author bio, online stories, writing credits and novel excerpts.
  • Clyde Edgerton - Official site of the Tarheel author. Features bio, novels, calendar, and related links.
  • Connie Arnold - Winston-Salem area poet, features her books, excerpts and an inspirational poetry blog.
  • Donna Warmuth - Appalachian Author and Researcher - Publishes short stories and poetry. Biography, photo gallery and press releases.
  • Gail E. Haley - Tarheel author of award winning children's books. Features her stories, testimonials, and puppeteer's page.
  • Gail J. Peck - Charlotte area poet. Features her poetry books, biography, and selected poems.
  • The Greensboro Review - Publishes poetry and fiction. Includes subscription information, submission guidelines, literary awards, sample work.
  • Harriet Ann Jacobs - Writer, activist and author (1813-1897) of Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Includes book summary, chronology, who's who in the author's life, and links to online edition.
  • Jan Karon - Official site for the Mitford series author. Books, author profile, reading group guides, forum, events calendar, and newsletter.
  • Janice Moore Fuller - Poet, playwright and writer in residence at Catawba College in Salisbury. Features sample of her work, recent travels, resume, and teaching experience.
  • Joan Medlicott - Novelist and Tarheel resident. Features her novel series, book reviews, reader's study guide, and fan clubs. Also includes map, recipes, and photos from Covington NC, the fictitious town where her novel are set.
  • Judy Goldman - Tarheel resident and novelist. Features the author's current book, reviews, biography, and tour schedule.
  • Judy Hogan - Poet, teacher, and activist living in the Chapel Hill area. Features her books, Russian projects, writing classes and critique services.
  • Lee Smith - Official site of the author. Includes biography, novels, articles on her Appalachian heritage, news, tour schedule, awards.
  • North Carolina Haiku Society - Includes haiku by members, brief notes and remarks on the subject, books, and related links.
  • North Carolina Literary and Historical Association - Features history of the organization, publications, awards in literature and history, benefits of membership, and information on joining.
  • North Carolina Literary Festival - A spring event with a goal to promote reading and writing and to spotlight the literature of the American South.
  • North Carolina Literary Review - Publication includes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by state writers. Includes current issue, back issues, and compendium of North Carolina writers.
  • The North Carolina Poetry Society, Inc. - Information on upcoming events, membership, history and links to books, poetry and other related resources.
  • North Carolina Women Writers and Their Works - List of the state's women writers and their publishing history. Works are indexed by author name, genre, geography, chronology, and culture. From Duke University.
  • North Carolina Writers Conference - Nonprofit organization founded in 1950 to support writers in the state. Membership is by invitation only. Features information on the annual event plus a history of the first 50 years.
  • North Carolina Writers' Network - Support and resources network for North Carolina writers, including contests, comment services, workshops, and conferences.
  • Pamela Duncan - Asheville native and author of novels set in the state. Features her works, bio, reviews and upcoming author events.
  • Pembroke Magazine - Literary magazine founded by Norman Macleod and published by The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Features advisory board, descriptions of current and past issues, subscription information.
  • Poems of Sidney Lanier - Online text of the poet's (1842-1881) book published in 1884, following his death in Tryon, NC.
  • Quinn Dalton - Fiction writer and Greensboro resident. Includes appearances, FAQs, and resources for writers.
  • Robert Inman - Novelist, screenwriter, and columnist. Features the author's works and appearances plus first chapter excerpts from his novels.
  • Robert Morgan - Award winning novelist and Tarheel native. Includes the author's biography, excerpts of his books, reading guides, essays, and e-book downloads.
  • Sharyn McCrumb - Tarheel native and author of the Ballad Novels which feature historical fiction of the Appalachian Mountains. Includes biography, body of work, interview, awards, tour schedule.
  • Sherry Austin - Fiction writer. Features reviews of her books, book excerpts, interview with the author, schedule of events.
  • The Southern Literary Journal - Features scholarly essays on southern writers and southern writing. Published by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Includes staff, submissions, subscriptions, and current issue.
  • Susan Byrum Rountree - Creative nonfiction author, columnist, and Outer Banks resident. Features biography, information on her book, and sample essay.
  • Suzanne Tate - Resident of the Outer Banks and author of nature series, history series, coloring books and teaching guides. Includes short bio of the writer.
  • Theodore Taylor - Statesville native and award winning author of books for young adults. Includes biography, books, work in progress, and FAQs.
  • William McCranor Henderson - Novelist, performance artist and native Tarheel. Features his published books, bio, and works in progress.