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28 “How / to make moment more than / moment” 8 North Carolina Poet Laureate Making Herstory a review by Robert M. West award presentation remarks by Georgann Eubanks Nathaniel Mackey, Blue Fasa acceptance remarks by Jaki Shelton Green 9 Not a Resting Place but an Absence a review by Gabrielle Brant Freeman Jaki Shelton Green, i want to undie you 11 House: Another Kind of Field and Sketch two poems by Glenis Redmond art by Barbara Tyroler and Darryl Hurts 14 Through the Lens of the Heart’s Camera a review by Janice N. Harrington Amber Flora Thomas, Red Channel in the Rupture 16 Sandhill: A Symphony of Souls an essay by Angela Belcher Epps 21 Fire and Brimstone and Forgiveness two poems by L. Teresa Church art by Ernie Barnes and Selma Burke

30 Randall Kenan, A True North Carolina Son, Inducted into the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame presentation remarks by Sharon P. Holland acceptance remarks by Randall Kenan 32 Open Houses a review by Garrett Bridger Gilmore Stephanie Powell Watts, No One is Coming to Save Us

33 Three-Time AAUW Award Winner, Carole Boston Weatherford 34 The Structure of Hope in Speculative (and War) Fiction a review by Helen Stead Michele Tracy Berger, Reenu-You Jason Mott, The Crossing

24 Black Girl Magic in Summers Past a poem by Crystal Simone Smith art by Ivey Hayes

25 One Window’s Light on North Carolina Haiku a review by John Zheng Lenard D. Moore, ed., One Window’s Light: A Collection of Haiku

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE 38 n Flashbacks: Echoes of Past Issues poetry, prose, book reviews, and literary news 148 n North Carolina Miscellany poetry, prose, book reviews,and literary news

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North Carolina Literary Review Online 2019  

A literary review published online annually by East Carolina University and by the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association.

North Carolina Literary Review Online 2019  

A literary review published online annually by East Carolina University and by the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association.

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