The Center for Documentary Studies, in partnership with The Hinge, is thrilled to present the fourth installment of Professor Diablo’s True Revue, featuring writer Randall Kenan, photographer and mixed-media artist Courtney Reid-Eaton, and punkabilly icon Dexter Romweber. The True Revue is an evening of art and performance at the Durham, North Carolina, club Casbah featuring [...]
The Hinge Literary Center is partnering with Doe Branch Ink: A Writer’s Retreat to give you what every writer needs: time to write!
What is Doe Branch Ink?
“Doe Branch Ink is a writers’ retreat located on 50 acres nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Just 30 miles north of Asheville in [...]
New Fiction Class with Rosecrans Baldwin
WHAT: An eight-week workshop for writers of fiction.
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 26, meeting once a week, for eight weeks. 7-9 PM
WHERE: 121 S. Estes, Ste 205-D Chapel Hill, NC
Each class will begin with a discussion [...]
The Hinge, in conjunction with The Casbah, announces Mixtape Readings
A reading featuring the works of Lydia Davis, Albert Camus, Charles Mingus, and Yusef Komunyakaa?
Plus, did we mention a short film—“When Walt Witman Was a Little Girl”—created by Jim Haverkamp will be shown?
Yeah, that’s Mixtape Readings.
Local cultural mavens—this month those [...]
Date – Nov 18, 2011 Time – 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Where – The Hinge Social Hour (or three hours!) with Third Friday Durham, 305 East Chapel Hill Street, Suite 215, Durham
The Hinge Literary Center invites you to stop by and socialize with us amidst the Third Friday Durham events! In addition to [...]
Join The Hinge on Thursday, October 20, at 7 PM at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill for a free lecture with poet and novelist Alan Shapiro, followed by a Q & A session. Alan’s talk, “Why Write?” discusses the motivations for writing–both good and bad!
Want to know what it’s like to take a class with The Hinge? Check out these comments from the people who took part in our first-ever workshops:
“The people who attended were just so terrific, and that made the comments mean something….The caliber of writing was outstanding.” –Leila Wheless
“I liked the congenial, supportive [...]
Come help us celebrate the culmination of our debut poetry and fiction classes with a workshop participant reading beginning at 7 PM on Thursday, August 18, at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill.
In addition to the reading, The Hinge will also host a “literary tweet” contest the same evening. To enter the contest, attendees will [...]