Walt Wolfram is William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of English and Jeffrey Reaser is associate professof of English at NCSU. Their book examines the voices of The Old North State and look at the cultural implications behind our words.
Carol Ruckdeschel eats road kill, wrestles alligators, rides horse bareback. She's had three husbands and many lovers, one of which she shot in self defense. She is the wildest woman in America. NC writer Will Harlan joins us with his new book.
UNCG professor Lee Zacharias joins us with her new book, The Only Sounds We Make, a memoir in the form of a collection of personal essays. She explores how we make sense of memories and connections to family, the past and the wider world.
Join us with author Trish Foxwell and discover many of the famous homesteads and haunts of important writers that lived in or wrote about the south. Learn about O'Henry's Greensboro and Thomas Wolfe's Asheville. Use to plan your summer vacation.