Clarifying and promoting environmental and social justice through the written and spoken word.

Our Mission
The Wilma Dykeman Legacy is a non-profit organization that develops and sponsors diverse and inclusive talks, workshops, events, books, and other programs, products and services to sustain the core values for which Wilma Dykeman stood: environmental integrity, social justice, and the power of the written and spoken word.
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Social Justice
Written & Spoken Word
Confronting the Silence
A Holocaust Survivor's Search for God
By Walter Ziffer
*no international shipping
No Work in the Grave
Life in the Toe River Valley
By Jo Ann Thomas Croom
*no international shipping
Written & Spoken Word
Thomas Wolfe Short Story Book Club
Monthly discussions of pre-selected stories
Register for Zoom-based Thomas Wolfe Short Story discussions, 7:00-8:00 EST, at:
2023 - January 12, February 9, March 9, April 13
7:00 - 8:00 PM
via Zoom
Cover of The Complete Short Stories of Thomas Wolfe
Written & Spoken Word
Thomas Wolfe Short Story - February Discussion via Zoom
February's short story: "'E, A Recollection"
You are invited to read Wolfe's short story, register at, and participate in the discussion.
February 9, 2023
7:00-8:00 PM
Zoom meeting - register at
Wolfe portrait commissioned by JRS Jr