We Did It!

Thank you to all our authors, moderators, readers, volunteers, vendors, and sponsors.

You made #Greensboro Bound 19 incredible.

Watch this space for Festival photos, the work of our Resident Artists, and other news.

If you attended the festival, please take a moment to tell us your thoughts.

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Our Resident Artists for #GreensboroBound19

In its second year, Greensboro Bound has launched a Resident Artists program designed to bring together literature and visual arts. Greensboro Bound’s resident artists will circulate among festival participants on Saturday, May 18, creating work that reflects the...

Jason Reynolds is Coming to Greensboro

written by Gale Greenlee The countdown continues to Greensboro Bound, May 16-19. And this week, we’re hosting someone special. Jason Reynolds, author of the YA novel, When I Was the Greatest and the middle grade series Ghost, will take the mic Wednesday,...

Catching Up with GB18 Authors

Here at Greensboro Bound, we take pleasure in bringing you, not only authors you've read and loved, but writers you will love WHEN you read. Sometimes, we showcase emerging or underrepresented authors because we want to encourage a sense of adventure and an...

Greensboro Bound provides year-round programming, from workshops on writing to panels on important issues,

from community open mics to bringing authors before Guilford County School students.

We are committed to building a vibrant literary community in Guilford County and surrounding North Carolina.

Greensboro Bound would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors and donations from our community, both large and small.

We thank you!

Highlights from Greensboro Bound 2018.

Our inaugural 2018 festival featured Nikki Giovanni, Carmen Maria Machado, Beth Macy, Daniel Pink, John T. Edge,

Lee Smith, Naima Coster and over 70 more authors in over 50 programs.

We showcased LGBTQ, African American, Latinx, Muslim, and Undocumented literary voices and

facilitated conversations on the important issues of our time.

We offered music events, performance poetry, art exhibits, puppet shows, and opera. And llamas!

Steve Colyer

Steve Colyer


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Dabney Sanders

Dabney Sanders


Brian Lampkin

Brian Lampkin


David McLean

David McLean


The Location

Greensboro Bound will take place May 17-19 at walk-able venues throughout downtown Greensboro, North Carolina including the Greensboro Cultural Center, Guilford Central Library, the Greensboro History Museum, the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, Triad Stage, and others. Each venue is no more than 10 minutes from another. There are restaurants, coffeeshops, and retail stores and ample parking in four parking decks close by.

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