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A Working Musician Turned Aspiring Author Applies a Music-Scene Ethos to the New Flyleaf Reading Series Voice Rising

The series, which pairs well-known and emerging writers, begins with headliner Daniel Wallace on Monday, Jan. 29.

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Though the Triangle Produces All Kinds of Books, Its Genre Writers Make the Most Noise. Here Are Some of Our Favorites of 2017.

Local speculative fiction writers took us to the moon and beyond in works that reimagined the social contract.

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Local Poet Michael Chitwood Draws Deeply from the Triangle in a New Anthology of Creative Nonfiction from Our State

Chitwood and selected contributors to Best Creative Nonfiction of the South, Volume II: North Carolina celebrate the release at the Regulator Bookshop on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

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Raleigh Poet Tyree Daye Reads from His American Poetry Review-Prized Debut in the So & So Series

Daye, joined by Matthew Wimberley, reads from River Hymns at CAM Raleigh on Thursday, Oct. 12.

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LaVare’s House Is a Much-Needed Durham Haven for LGBTQIA People in Addiction Recovery

Local author Sam Peterson adds to the story he told in Trunky (transgender junky): A Memoir of Institutionalization & Southern Hospitality.

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Love and Biotech Coexist in Jeff VanderMeer's Borne

The fiction author discusses his thrilling new novel at Chapel Hill's Flyleaf Books Saturday evening.

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As Trump Tries to Erase LGBTQ Histories, The Durham County Library Pushes Back to Preserve Them

Love + Liberation is a new online showcase of oral histories and artifacts from Durham's LGBTQ community.

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If you are looking for a deeper dive into the Triangle's speculative fiction scene, check out this appendix:

by Sam M-B on Though the Triangle Produces All Kinds of Books, Its Genre Writers Make the Most Noise. Here Are Some of Our Favorites of 2017. (Reading)

well to be fair...Bowkowski is not that good....... and ginsburg is extremely over rated...... im not shocked that Ryan Adams …

by Zatoichi Masseur on That Ryan Adams has a poetry book says a lot about us ... and too much about him (Reading)

Our community is indeed fortunate that LaVare's House provides a supportive living environment for LGBTQIA folk in recovery.

by Larry W Clubine on LaVare’s House Is a Much-Needed Durham Haven for LGBTQIA People in Addiction Recovery (Reading)

Find out more about LaVare's House and the LaVare Leith Foundation at www.llfnc.org

by Daniel Wilson on LaVare’s House Is a Much-Needed Durham Haven for LGBTQIA People in Addiction Recovery (Reading)

Another great interview, Sam!!

by Eryk Pruitt on Love and Biotech Coexist in Jeff VanderMeer's Borne (Reading)

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If you are looking for a deeper dive into the Triangle's speculative fiction scene, check out this appendix:

by Sam M-B on Though the Triangle Produces All Kinds of Books, Its Genre Writers Make the Most Noise. Here Are Some of Our Favorites of 2017. (Reading)

well to be fair...Bowkowski is not that good....... and ginsburg is extremely over rated...... im not shocked that Ryan Adams …

by Zatoichi Masseur on That Ryan Adams has a poetry book says a lot about us ... and too much about him (Reading)

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