Best Creative Nonfiction of the South: North Carolina

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Casey Clabough, Michael Chitwood
Texas Review Press, 2017 - Literary Collections - 160 pages
Best Creative Nonfiction of the South serves as a valuable resource for scholars, students, writers, and general readers interested in creative nonfiction both from specific areas of the South and across the region as a whole. This North Carolina volume, second in the series, contains essays that celebrate and document the Tar Heel state's diverse cultures and geography, from the mountains to the sea. The writers included here come from diverse backgrounds, generations, and artistic traditions, and as with most volumes in the series, this one indirectly reflects literary changes within the region over time. In some cases, publisher permissions and other factors have foiled the editors from including the work of deserving writers. Nevertheless, the abundant literary talent in the state has lessened the impact of the occasional unfortunate omission.

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CASEY CLABOUGH serves as series editor of the Best Creative Nonfiction of the South. He is the author of three books of creative nonfiction and numerous other titles dealing mostly with the American South. MICHAEL CHITWOOD has written two books of prose, and LSU Press will publish his ninth book of poetry in 2018.

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