A Writer’s Life

Owning the Past For any writer — budding or in full bloom — a great story often begins someplace that’s intimately known   By Wiley Cash When I teach creative writing, whether to [...]

In The Spirit

Sleight of Hand Pull these bottles out of your hat at your next cocktail party   By Tony Cross In your lifetime, I’m sure you’ve heard someone say, “Oh, no. I don’t drink (insert tequila, [...]

Story of a House

Cocktails, Anyone? An extra room leads to a great entertainment space By Cynthia Adams   Photographs by Amy Freeman Standing in her family’s home of 20 years, Donna Joyce asked herself a tough [...]

The Omnivorous Reader

A Generous Voice The distinguished reign of a poet laureate   By Stephen E. Smith I have seen the ones I love leave this world as shadows without wings. The purple martins that come up every [...]

The Accidental Astrologer

Go Fish! In the swim of things with brilliant, imaginative and elusive Pisces   By Astrid Stellanova Cast a net into the sea of life, and marvel at the roundup of famous Pisceans. As if [...]


“Konk-a-ree!” The call of the red-winged blackbird heralds spring   By Susan Campbell The sound of spring, for some, is the song of the American robin, our melodious and most [...]

Scuppernong Bookshelf

Write This Way! Greensboro Bound Literary Festival draws 70 writers to the Gate City in May   By Brian Lampkin The literary history of Greensboro, is well-documented — the very name of this [...]

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