Literary Trails of Eastern North Carolina
Raleigh, N.C. (March 12, 2013) — Georgann Eubanks, the author of Literary Trails of Eastern North Carolina: A Guidebook (UNC Press, $22), will present an insider’s guide to the state’s literary heritage in a series of events across the state.
The guidebook is the final installment in the Literary Trails of North Carolina trilogy, a project of the North Carolina Arts Council in partnership with UNC Press.
The official release of the guidebook is scheduled Thursday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m. with a talk and presentation at Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear Eubanks share little known facts and tidbits about North Carolina writers during this insider’s presentation to literary North Carolina.
The following is a list of free events for the public.
Thursday, April 4
Quail Ridge Books, 7:30 p.m.
3522 Wade Ave., Raleigh, 27607
Saturday, April 6
Flyleaf Books, 2 p.m.
752 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd., Chapel Hill 27514
Monday, April 8
WHQR Book Club
Event in the studio,
245 East Front Street, Wilmington
Friday, April 12
Regulator Bookshop, 7 p.m.
720 Ninth Street, Durham, 27705
Monday, April 15
Glenaire Community Center, 20th Anniversary Speakers Series, 7 p.m.
4000 Glenaire Cirle, Cary, 27511
Tuesday, April 16
Bull’s Head Bookshop, UNC-Chapel Hill, 3:30 p.m.
Daniels Building, Campus Mall, Chapel Hill
Sunday, April 28
Park Road Books, 2 p.m.
Park Road Shopping Center, 4139 Park Road, Charlotte 28209
Thursday, June 13
Durham County Public Library, 7 p.m.
300 North Roxboro St., Durham, 27701-3414
You can find the companion website to the guidebook here: www.NCLiteraryTrails.org.
Books are available online at UNC Press and at books stores throughout the Southeast after April 1, 2013.
To arrange an interview with Georgann Eubanks contact Rebecca Moore at Rebecca.Moore@ncdcr.gov or (919) 807-6530.
Literary Trails of North Carolina is a project of the N.C. Arts Council’s cultural tourism program. An early leader in cultural tourism the agency has developed trails featuring important arts assets, such as music, North Carolina craft, and Cherokee heritage to brand the state as a place that sustains unique and significant arts resources. To find out more visit www.NCArtsTrails.org.