Trinity University Press

Louis D. Rubin, Jr.

Editor, novelist, essayist, teacher, and publisher Louis D. Rubin, Jr. has had an immeasurable effect on a generation of North Carolina writers and readers. Born in Charleston in 1923, Rubin studied at the College of Charleston, the University of Richmond, and Johns Hopkins University. He is the author over forty books. His awards and honors include Fulbright and Guggenheim fellowships, the Oliver Max Gardner Award, the Mayflower Award, the Distinguished Virginian Award, and honorary degrees from the University of Richmond, the College of Charleston, and Clemson University. He received the 1992 North Carolina Award for Literature and, most recently, the R. Hunt Parker Memorial Award for lifetime contributions to the literary heritage of North Carolina. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Literary Charleston and the Lowcountry

The different faces of Charleston, South Carolina, have created curiosity and wonder among writers for centuries. In Literary Charleston and the Lowcountry, Curtis Worthington compiles this intriguing and surprising collection of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry selections by thirty-four local and internationally acclaimed authors. It provides a rich tapestry of one of the most popular tourist...

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