Georgann Eubanks

Georgann Eubanks

Author, consultant

Georgann Eubanks is the author of the three-volume Literary Trails of North Carolina series commissioned by the NC Arts Council and published by UNC Press.  She is a writer, teacher, and consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector.  Since 2000 she has been a principal with Donna Campbell in Minnow Media, LLC, an Emmy-winning multimedia production company that primarily creates independent documentaries for public television.

A graduate of Duke University, Eubanks has served as president of Arts North Carolina, chair of the NC Humanities Council, and is one of the founders of the NC Writers Network. She is immediate past president of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association. Her latest book, The Month of Their Ripening: North Carolina Heritage Foods, was published by UNC Press in 2018. Her next book, which she is working on now, is about endangered plants across six states of the South and the people who are working to save them.

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(919) 454-7429
Scholar Location: 
Carrboro
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Statewide

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