Eno Publishers


Eno Publishers is a nonprofit publisher dedicated to bringing readers high-quality books about the culture and history of the Carolinas and the South. From the arts and the region's imaginative cuisine to its much storied and complicated past to the environment and the way we live in it, the South is fertile ground for publishing. Among Eno's titles is its "27 Views" series, showcasing the literary offerings of communities throughout North Carolina. These include 27 Views of Chapel Hill (introduction by Daniel Wallace), 27 Views of Greensboro (introduction by Marianne Gingher), and most recently 27 Views of Wilmington (introduction by Celia Rivenbark), among others. Eno also publishes the award-winning Undaunted Heart (Suzy Barile) and Chapel Hill in Plain Sight (Daphne Athas). Forthcoming is a series about Elizabeth Keckley, the 19th century memoirist, civic leader, former slave, and confidante to President and Mrs. Abraham Lincoln.


Elizabeth Woodman, publisher
Laura Lacy, marketing director
Madeline Farrow, editorial intern

Contact Elizabeth Woodman:

Eno Publishers
P.O. Box 158
Hillsborough, NC 27278
(919) 632-6893


From Eno Publishers

27 Views of Asheville
Introduction by Rob Neufeld

27 Views of Chapel Hill
Introduction by Daniel Wallace

27 Views of Charlotte
Introduction by Jack Claiborne

27 Views of Durham
Introduction by Steve Schewel

27 Views of Greensboro
Introduction by Marianne Gingher

27 Views of Hillsborough
Introduction by Michael Malone

27 Views of Raleigh
Introduction by Wilton Barnhardt

27 Views of Wilmington
Introduction by Celia Rivenbark

Behind the Scenes: Or, Thirty Years a Slave, and Four in the White House
by Elizabeth Keckley

Brook Trout and the Writing Life: The Intermingling of Fishing and Writing in a Novelist's Life
by Craig Nova

Chapel Hill in Plain Sight: Notes from the Other Side of the Tracks
by Daphne Athas

The Elizabeth Keckley Reader: Volume 1
edited by Sheila Smith McKoy

Undaunted Heart
by Suzy Barile