Join Margaret Bauer, Elizabeth Hudson, and Anna Lena Phillips Bell as they discuss their work as writers and publishers. Margaret Bauer’s most recent book is A Study of Scarletts: Scarlett O’Hara and Her Literary Daughters, and she is the editor of the North Carolina Literary Review. A native of south Louisiana, she is the Rives Chair of Southern Literature and a Distinguished Professor in the Harriot College of Arts and Sciences at East Carolina University. Anna Lena Phillips Bell’s poetry collection, Ornament, won the 2016 Vassar Miller Poetry Prize. She is the author of A Pocket Handbook of Forms. The recipient of a North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship in literature, she teaches at UNC Wilmington, where she is the editor of Ecotone and an editor for Lookout Books. Elizabeth Hudson’s most recent collection of essays is titled How to Collect a Life. A native of North Carolina, she began her publishing career in 1997 at Our State magazine. She held various editorial titles for 10 years before becoming Editor-in-Chief in 2009.