David Joy will judge the next Doris Betts Fiction Contest, co-sponsored by NCLR and NCWN.
With both an historic feature section and the first guest feature editor, the 2023 issue of the North Carolina Literary Review available now is one to celebrate.
The 2023 Applewhite winner is Janis Harrington. Michael White and Debra Kaufman were also chosen.
Announcing the winners of the inaugural Jaki Shelton Green Performance Poetry Competition!
Announcing the winners and finalists of the 2023 Albright Creative Nonfiction Prize
Rhiannon Skye Tafoya is an Indigenous artist from the Eastern Band of Cherokee and the Santa Clara Pueblo tribes. She earned a BFA in printmaking… Read More »Drumroll, please . . . the 2023 cover in all its glory
These panels engaged with scholars and community members and stirred up much excitement for NCLR’s 2023 issue.
“The individuals being honored tonight embody the ECU motto Servire, meaning to serve,” Chancellor Philip Rogers said in his opening remarks. “They serve our students, they serve our university, they serve our region and they serve our state with steadfast and selfless dedication. … Rogers presented the first award of the ceremony, the James R. Talton Jr. Leadership Award, to [NCLR Editor] Margaret Bauer…”
The North Carolina Literary Review is pleased to announce Professor and Poet Meg Day will judge the annual James Applewhite Poetry Contest in April 2023. The Applewhite Poetry contest is open to any North Carolina poet, residing here currently or previously.
Announcing the winners of two honors given for content in our issues: the John Ehle Prize and the Randall Kenan Prize.