Congratulations to Dr. Nikki Caswell, whose book The Working Lives of New Writing Center Directors was just published by Utah State University Press! The first book-length empirical investigation of writing center directors’ labor, The Working Lives of New Writing Center Directors presents a longitudinal qualitative study of the individual professional lives of nine new directors. The authors adopt a
Check out this new essay teaser “Creativity and Balance, or the Controlling Ideology of Control” by Associate Professor Helena Feder: http://northamericanreview.org/creativity-balance-controll…/ Is it too sweeping or just too obvious to say that from falling in love to creativity itself, we must be off-balance to become? I find myself trying not to think about writing when I am writing (things themselves…but
Please join the NCLR staff, past and present, on Saturday, October 22, from 2-4 in the Faulkner Gallery of Joyner Library to celebrate Twenty-Five Years of the North Carolina Literary Review. Among the writers coming to celebrate with us will be Philip Gerard and Michael Parker, who have been publishing in our pages since the earliest issues. The original Art Director, Eva Roberts, who created NCLR’s unique look will
Cameron Green, this year’s Bill Hallberg Award in Creative Writing winner, reads his winning story, “Why the News is Bad for You,” which was chosen this year by Garth Risk Hallberg. Garth Risk Hallberg is Bill’s son and author of the acclaimed novel City on Fire.