Firestorm Café and Books will close its doors March 1 but not for good. The worker-owned business is simply on the market for a new space, says its worker-owners.
In this, the second installment in a two-part story on the much-loved local used bookstore, we learn about rare and crazy book finds, music events and the story behind the “Drink. Smoke. Read.” slogan.
As downtown Asheville’s beloved used book store reaches its 25th year in business, we look both backward and forward through its illustrious history. This is the first installment in a two-part series.
If your New Year’s resolution was to read more, or at least spend more time in the vicinity of books, here’s a good start. An author event, a book signing, and the return of The Flood Reading Series to Posana.
Three intriguing (and very different) readings are on the near horizon, ranging from satirist Gary Shteyngart (tonight at Malaprop’s) to young adult author Katie Crouch and novelist Karen White.
The roster includes other local writers Ron Rash, Sara Gruen and Stephanie Perkins, as well as many authors who visited Asheville last year.
Susan Rebecca White’s latest novel tells the tale of two sisters separated by tragedy, and how their shared history links them.
Just because the days are longer, brighter ad warmer doesn’t mean there isn’t time to read. Like, on your beach getaway, or on your back deck while sprawled across a lawn chair. To get you motivated to trade your sunglasses for reading glasses, here are three recent releases.
Feeling literary? Or like escaping the rain, drinking a jumbo-sized macchiato and listening to an astute author read to you? This evening through Sunday promise plenty of bookish opportunities.
Danger, intrigue, guns, girls, Robinhood righteousness and Bourne Identity audacity: Thomas Mullen’s bank robbing Fireson Brothers have it all.
In his new novel, local author Wayne Caldwell returns to Cataloochee as the area’s residents are forced out by the creation of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The latest novel by South Carolina writer Charlotte Hughes is a dizzying work of high energy, high speed, high spirited and highly entertaining hijinx.
February is shaping up to be a very literary month, what with all the readings. And book signings. And book clubs. And author birthdays.
This week’s Book Report is not about what to read so much as where to read. The former Reader’s Corner reopens as Montford Books & More this Friday and Battery Park Book Exchange prepares to welcome readers in a few weeks.