In Memory of Mihai Radulescu

Mihai Radulescu

Our Pat Conroy Literary Center is deeply saddened to share that one of our founders, Mihai Radulescu, has passed away. As Pat’s official webmaster and longtime friend, Mihai maintained contact with Pat’s readers around the world and was an essential part of preserving Pat’s literary legacy. Mihai was greatly beloved and will be missed by all.

Marly Rusoff & Mihai Radulescu
Mihai Radulescu

The Pat Conroy Center is open Noon – 4pm
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

If you’d like to arrange a personal tour for your group,
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For all EVENTS please go to top menu “Events” then  “Monthly Calendar” – you’ll  easily find your way…  Or click here to take you there…

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“Every voice mattered to my dad.”
-Jessica Conroy

Inspired by the life and work of writer and mentor Pat Conroy, we envision a global community where every voice matters and where sharing our stories fosters greater empathy and understanding in our lives.


The Pat Conroy Literary Center nurtures a diverse community of writers, readers, teachers, and students by offering educational programs and special events that celebrate the transformative power of story, expanding our impact through collaborations with local and national partners.

The Pat Conroy Literary Center has been designated a Literary Landmark by American Library Association. Click here to see the press release on this wonderful recognition… Also the American Writers Museum recognizes our center as an affiliate. Click here for the press release on this great honor…

Welcome! Our series of literary events and programs has begun… see “Events” tab. Join in the conversation. We hope you’ll stop by often.

Your support now and in the future means everything.


601 Bladen Street

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Your financial support is essential to secure the Center’s future and to allow its influence to grow. Please donate, volunteer and see what a difference you can make. Learn More…

The Pat Conroy Literary Center is open to the public from Thursday through Sundays from noon to 4:00 p.m.
Other times available by appointment. (This schedule is the Center regular schedule but please check the top of every page for temporary changes and holiday closures.)

Featured Events

Pat Conroy Book Club: South of Broad

Pat Conroy Book Club: My Reading Life

February 21 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center and the award-winning Rhett House Inn will host a monthly book club discussion of Pat Conroy's dozen books in order of publication, moderated by Charlene Spearen and Jonathan Haupt.

evening with Raj Haldar

Join us for a free, family-friendly evening of story and song with Raj Haldar, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of This Book Is Banned. This special event is hosted by the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center in collaboration with the Storybook Shoppe, DAYLO (Diversity Awareness Youth Literacy Organization), and the Technical College of the Lowcountry.

March Forth 2024

8th Annual March Forth

March 2 - March 3

The Eighth Annual March Forth to Be Held on March 2 & 3 in Port Royal, Beaufort, and St. Helena Island

afternoon with Jeffrey Dale Lofton

The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center, in collaboration with Lowcountry Pride, will host an afternoon with award-winning novelist Jeffrey Dale Lofton, author of Red Clay Suzie, Longlisted for the Center for Fiction 2023 First Novel Prize, on Saturday, March 2, at 2:00 p.m., at the Conroy Center (601 Bladen St., Beaufort).