Image reads: "Ubiquitously Southern: What Two Southern Staples Reveal about the South." Image also includes headshots of the two featured writers and logos for the North and South Carolina Centers for the book, the South Carolina State Library and NC Humanities

Do you prefer your hash browns scattered, smothered, and covered? Are you thrilled by the roar of the crowd on a fall afternoon in a college stadium? What is it about Waffle House and collegiate athletics that embody life in the South?

Join North Carolina Humanities and South Carolina Center for the Book on August 26, 2021 for “Ubiquitously Southern” featuring authors Micah Cash and Ed Southern in conversation about how their books explore cultural fixtures of life in the South.

Tickets are available online at Eventbrite.

This event is moderated by Dr. Margaret D. Bauer.

The event will conclude with an audience Q&A.

This conversation is the third in a three-part author talk series exploring place and identity in the Carolinas and is made possible by North Carolina Humanities Center for the Book and South Carolina Center for the Book, affiliates of the National Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.

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