Allison Glock

A magazine journalist for 22 years, Allison Glock’s writing has appeared in: The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Food & Wine, O: The Oprah Magazine,...

Sierra Golden

Sierra Golden received her MFA in poetry from North Carolina State University. Winner of the program's 2012 Academy of American Poets Prize, Golden's work appears widely in literary...

Rashmi Grace

Rashmi Grace is a teacher, writer, and gardener. She has spent over a decade teaching kids and college students how to grow food and to think about their connection to the natural world.

Carolyn Grant

Carolyn Grant is a former staff writer for the Island Packet and the Greenville News. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Spelman College, a Master of Science degree in...

Richard Grant

Richard Grant is an author, freelance journalist, and television host. He grew up mostly in London, England, and now lives in Mississippi.

Brendan Greaves

A folklorist and writer, Brendan Greaves founded Paradise of Bachelors in 2009 as a record label dedicated to documenting, curating, and releasing under-recognized musics of the American...

Hilary N. Green

Dr. Hilary N. Green is an Associate Professor of History in the Department of Gender and Race Studies at The University of Alabama.

Jaki Shelton Green

Jaki Shelton Green was selected as the first North Carolina Piedmont Laureate in 2009. She is the author of the poetry collections Dead on Arrival, Dead on Arrival and New Poems, Masks,...

Herman Greene

Herman Greene, JD, DMin, is President of the Center for Ecozoic Societies in Chapel Hill, NC.

Sally Greene

Sally Greene is an attorney, an independent scholar, and a member of the Town Council in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Mia Gröndahl

Mia Gröndahl is a Swedish writer and photographer who has reported from the Middle East for 18 years. Based in Cairo since 2001, Gröndahl's interest in graffiti began in Gaza, and...

Kim Guise

Kim Guise is a line-straddler—one foot on the West Bank and one on the East Bank of the Mississippi. She was born in Gretna, Louisiana and now resides a whopping ten miles away in the...

Rachel M. Gunter

Rachel M. Gunter received her Ph.D. in history from Texas A&M University and is a Professor of History at Collin College in Plano, Texas.

Yotam Haber

His music hailed by New Yorker critic Alex Ross as “deeply haunting,” by the Los Angeles Times as one of five classical musicians "2014 Faces To Watch," and chosen as one of the “30...

John Haffner

John Haffner is an occasional attorney and recently founded Cuba Trade and Travel to facilitate travel and business between the US and Cuba.

Jay Hakes

Jay Hakes left teaching political science at the University of New Orleans in 1977 to join the administration of Jimmy Carter.

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall is Julia Cherry Spruill Professor Emeritus at UNC-Chapel Hill. She was one of the founders of the modern field of women’s history and helped to spark a thriving...

The Rt. Rev. Barbara C. Harris

A native of Philadelphia, Barbara Clementine Harris graduated from the Charles Morris Price School of Advertising and Journalism.

Lynden Harris

Lynden Harris is the founder of Hidden Voices, a radically inclusive, participatory, and co-creative collective committed to creating a just, compassionate, and sustainable world.

Anna Hayes

Anna Hayes was born in North Carolina but lived in San Francisco, Mexico, Guatemala, Africa, and France, among other places, before heading for home and settling in Chapel Hill.

Christina Myers Hepburn

Christina Myers Hepburn, is creator and cohost of the popular podcast, T&A Talk Sex, for the last three years, gabbing about taboo topics around sexuality, relationships, and intimacy in an...

Elijah Heyward III

Elijah Heyward III is a native of Beaufort, South Carolina, and a Hampton University graduate. He is a founder of the Bigger’s Circle, an initiative focused on supporting the Hampton...

Kacey M. Hill

Kacey M. Hill lives in New Orleans, Louisiana but will always be from Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Winston Ho

Winston Ho 何嶸 is a graduate student in the Department of history at the University of New Orleans (UNO) 紐奧良大學歷史系, specializing in early twentieth-century China and...

Roy Hoffman

Roy Hoffman, a novelist and journalist, is author of three novels: Come Landfall, a novel of hurricanes and war, involving three women and the men they love, impacted by World War II,...

Jane Holding

Jane Holding grew up in Smithfield, a small town in Eastern North Carolina. She left for school in the North in 1969, when the world felt on fire and when it still somehow seemed possible...

Graham Hoppe

Graham Hoppe writes about culture and history with a focus on food, music, and tourism. He is a recent graduate of the folklore program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Silas House

Silas House is the author of Southernmost and five other novels, one book of creative nonfiction, and three plays.

David Houston

David Houston is a curator and art historian and was the Director of Curatorial at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. Since February of 2013, he is the...

Charlie Howell

Charlie Howell was born and raised in the south, growing up amongst the hills of suburban Nashville. He’s lived in 7 states and one district, bouncing from one coast to the other and back...