Georgann Eubanks is a writer and writing teacher who moved into the documentary field twenty years ago. Over her career she has worked in a variety of venues, teaching creative writing in public schools, prisons, corporate settings, and the continuing education program at Duke University. In the arts, she has served as a consultant to local and state arts organizations and professional companies.
Georgann has served as chair of the North Carolina Humanities Council and as president of Arts North Carolina, Inc. She is a two-time Emmy winner and the recipient of a literary fellowship from the North Carolina Arts Council. She was the president of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association.
Eubanks is one of the founders of the North Carolina Writers' Network. Eubanks has published short stories, poems, reviews, and profiles in many magazines and journals including Oxford American, Bellingham Review, Southern Review, Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, and North American Review. She has also served as director of the Duke University Writers Workshop (a summer writing program for adults) since 1989.
Georgann wrote a series of guidebooks, commissioned by the North Carolina Arts Council and published by UNC Press, that feature tours of North Carolina based on excerpts from the literature of the state and stories about the writers who have worked in North Carolina.