“My second-grade teacher typed and put a poem I wrote on the bulletin board. I don’t think I’ve gotten over seeing my name in print since then.” — Jill McCorkle, a Lumberton native and award-winning novelist, speaking as Book ‘Em.


“My second-grade teacher typed and put a poem I wrote on the bulletin board. I don’t think I’ve gotten over seeing my name in print since then.”

— Jill McCorkle, a Lumberton native and award-winning novelist, speaking as Book ‘Em.

“My second-grade teacher typed and put a poem I wrote on the bulletin board. I don’t think I’ve gotten over seeing my name in print since then.” — Jill McCorkle, a Lumberton native and award-winning novelist, speaking as Book ‘Em.
http://www.robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_jill-mccorkle.jpg“My second-grade teacher typed and put a poem I wrote on the bulletin board. I don’t think I’ve gotten over seeing my name in print since then.” — Jill McCorkle, a Lumberton native and award-winning novelist, speaking as Book ‘Em.
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