North Carolina Literary Review 2013 released
The 2013 edition of the North Carolina Literary Review, an annual publication by East Carolina University and the North Carolina Literary & Historical Association, has been released.
The cross between a scholarly journal and literary magazine publishes poetry, fiction and nonfiction by North Carolina writers. This edition includes interviews with “Cold Mountain” author Charles Frazier; Maria DeGuzman, founder of the Latina/o Studies program at UNC-Chapel Hill; and novelists Wiley Cash and Anna Jean Mayhew.
The NCLR released this summer focuses on the state’s historical, environmental, and literary landscape. The review has won numerous awards in its now 22 years of publication—most recently from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals in 2010 for Best Journal Design.
By Staff Reports
July 3, 2013.