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The "Library of Southern Literature" documents the riches and diversity of Southern experience as presented in one hundred of its most important literary works. The late Professor Bain of the English Department at UNC-CH asked his…

An amazing compendium of information by, about, surrounding and involving Kurt Vonnegut (author of Slaughterhouse Five, Welcome to the Monkey House, and others).

This chapbook of poetry won a publication award in 1989 and was quickly sold out. I published it on the net early in 1992 making it one of the earliest poetry or book WWW publications.

A selection of some of the world's greatest poets reading their poetry. Both sound and text are available. Currently featured are Czeslaw Milosz, Seamus Heaney, Philip Levine, Margaret Walker, Yusef Komunyakaa, Richard Wilbur, and Robert Pinsky.

The goal of this project is to spotlight some of the fascinating early African-American writers whose work is collected in the University of North Carolina libraries. Compiled as part of the Cybercasting & Cyberpublishing course offered at…

This project promotes the thought and literary legacy of the American Southern "philosophical" novelist Walker Percy. The museum section provides an extensive photograph archive as well as a collection of commemorative statements about…

Dramatist, teacher and author Paul Green is one of North Carolina's most revered writers and one of America's most distinguished. He grew up on a cotton farm in rural Harnett County, North Carolina, learning the value of hard physical labor as well…

Arthur Miller is an important force in American drama. Arthur Miller was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1949 for Death of a Salesman. He has come to be considered one of the greatest dramatists in the history of the American Theatre, and his plays, a…