Betsy Eby

Eby embraces big themes, and her work is pervaded by spirituality and sublimity, as are the paintings of Anselm Kiefer and Cy Twombly, two artists she much admires. Metaphysically inclined,...

Clyde Edgerton

Clyde Edgerton is the author of ten novels, a memoir, short stories, and essays. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow, and five of his novels have been New York Times Notable Books. He is a...

Lisa Egorova

Lisa Egorova is a Research Fellow at the archive of the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. She also works towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Lomonosov Moscow State...

Tina Ehsanipour

Tina Ehsanipour is an Iranian-born, California-raised writer and high school English teacher. After leaving Iran, she and her family lived for a few months in Savannah, Georgia before...

Mark Elberfeld

Mark Elberfeld grew up in Missouri, Kentucky, and Virginia, and earned a B.A. in English and Art History at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. 

Candy Sue Ellison

Candy Sue Ellison lives near the Mississippi River in New Orleans and enjoys the sounds of her neighborhood: raven caws, riverboat calliopes, raucous church bells, and the occasional brass...

Nada El Sawy

Nada El Sawy is an Egyptian-American freelance journalist based in Dubai, where she has lived since 2004.

Trevor Erlacher

Trevor Erlacher hails from the Great Smokey Mountains of North Carolina, but spent half of his formative years in the Mid- and Northwest.

Carl Ernst

Carl Ernst is a scholar who writes on critical issues of Islamic studies (West and South Asia), premodern and contemporary Sufism, and Indo-Muslim culture.

Rhys Ernst

Rhys Ernst grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and is a filmmaker and artist. His work investigates transgender identity in the context of larger narratives, and seeks to develop and...

Carlos Estévez

Carlos Estévez was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1969. He lives and works in Miami, FL, USA, having graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte, Havana, Cuba, in 1992.

Sue Etheridge

Sue Etheridge has had a career working in prisons as an art therapist for twenty-five years. She has a deep belief that creativity and beauty are basic human needs. As art therapist, she...

Georgann Eubanks

Georgann Eubanks is a writer, teacher, and communications consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector.

W. Ralph Eubanks

W. Ralph Eubanks is the author of Ever is a Long Time: A Journey into Mississippi’s Dark Past and The House at the End of the Road: The Story of Three Generations of an Interracial Family...

Tami Fairweather

Tami’s marketing career as a communications and events consultant and writer has spanned the nonprofit, entertainment, arts, outdoor, and travel industries with one common theme:...

Kate Farrell

Kate Farrell grew up in Southern Pines, North Carolina. After the death of her first husband, she moved with her two small children to New York to be a poet and study literature at Columbia...

Andrew Farrier

Andrew Farrier is a tour guide and theater artist in New Orleans, Louisiana who occasionally takes a break from oral storytelling to write something down.

Brian K. Fennessy

Brian K. Fennessy is a Ph.D. Candidate in United States history at UNC-Chapel Hill. A native of Cranston, Rhode Island and an alumnus of Sewanee: The University of the South, Brian has both...

Kelly Kathleen Ferguson

Born in New York but raised in Alabama, Kelly Kathleen Ferguson grew up confused as to who won the Civil War.

Marcie Cohen Ferris

Marcie Cohen Ferris is an associate professor in the Department of American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she directs the Southern Studies concentration....

William R. Ferris

William R. Ferris, a widely recognized leader in Southern studies, African American music, and folklore, is the Joel R. Williamson Eminent Professor of History at the University of North...

Druscilla French

Druscilla French, Ph.D. is a writer, a cultural mythologist, and an advocate for women. She has written many articles in the fields of conflict resolution, Depth Psychology, and post-modern...

Heather Frese

Heather Frese is the author of The Baddest Girl on the Planet, winner of the Lee Smith Novel Prize. She has published numerous short stories, essays, and the occasional poem, earning...

Darci Fulcher

Darci Fulcher is an actor, deviser, movement coach, director and professor. She is currently a company member of Goat in the Road Productions, a New Orleans based performance ensemble...

Amparo Garcia-Crow

Amparo Garcia-Crow acts, directs, sings and writes plays, songs and screenplays.

Barbara Garrity-Blake

Barbara Garrity-Blake is a cultural anthropologist, musician, and writer.

James Edwin Gates

James Edwin Gates was born in Columbus GA in 1940. He received his Associate Degree of Building Technology from the Southern Institute of Technology and spent twenty-five years working with...

Reem Ghunaim

Reem Ghunaim was born and raised in Tulkarem, Palestine. Her curiosity for other cultures and desire to explore the world led her from Palestine to North Carolina through a Rotary Peace...

Marianne Gingher

Marianne Gingher has published seven books, both fiction and non-fiction. Her novel Bobby Rex’s Greatest Hit was made into an NBC movie, and she has published widely in magazines and...

Mina Girgis

Mina Girgis, producer and CEO of The Nile Project, is an ethnomusicologist with background in hospitality experience design, Mina explores new ways to cultivate environments conducive to...