Winner of the Gold IPPY Award fore Absolute best Anthology and the Eric Hoffer Award for Absolute best Book about Culture
Award-winning 27 Perspectives of Hillsborough is an anthology about life in a small Southern the town.
Something rather than history has drawn dozens of writers to make this much storied, colonial the town their home. In 27 Perspectives of Hillsborough, over two dozen authors who currently reside here or who have lived here up to now use essays, short stories, and poetry to inform of the community’s past and present. One of the vital authors whose work is included are Allan Gurganus, Lee Smith, Michael Malone, Randall Kenan, Jill McCorkle, Craig Nova, Barry Jacobs, Peter Picket, Jerry Eidenier, Nancy Goodwin, Hal Crowther, Jaki Shelton Inexperienced, and Jeffrey Beam.