Author Robert Morgan reads and signs his new book at Malaprop’s on Saturday, Aug. 24 at 2 p.m.
Monette Chilson presents her book, “Sophia Rising: Awakening Your Sacred Wisdom Through Yoga,” at Malaprop’s on Monday, July 15.
Nichols reads and signs his book, “The More You Ignore Me,” which takes a humorous look at web trolls. Friday, June 28 at 7 p.m.
Local author Katie Schultz launches her new collection of short stories on Memorial Day. Author event at Malaprop’s.
Recently released by Eno Publishing, this collection of prose and poetry by local authors offers up intriguing new perspectives on the place we call home.
Upcoming readings, book launches, book signings and two writing contests contest.
Malaprop’s and Xpress collaborate on this reading group, featuring works from WNC authors.
Events for readers and writers.
Romance author Susan Blexrud recently released a new novella, set both during the Civil War and in present-day Virginia.
Author T. Cooper appears at Malaprop’s on Saturday, Jan. 19, to present his book “Real Man Adventures” about his female to male transition.
Awards, a book launch, and holiday gift ideas — all from local literary luminaries.
Carolyn J. Brown signs copies of her new Eudora Welty biography, Pisgah Press and Grateful Steps team up for an author event, Shiffer Books releases “Appalachia Mountain Folklore,” and Pack Library holds books sales on Fridays in December.
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.
Maybe you’re hugging the AC unit, waiting out the heat and looking for a little light reading to pass the time. Or, since school starts back next week, maybe you’re planing your own study list. Then again, with the kids back in the classroom, it’s the perfect time to head to the coast for a quiet vacation — beach reads are a must.
Hendersonville author Ann B. Ross recently published the 12th novel in her Miss Julia mystery series.
Mr. Whipple is coming to Montford Books and More. Does that mean you can’t squeeze the Charmin? (Let’s hope not.) We’re talking about Mr. Lee Whipple, of course, the local author and singer with a penchant for Grunge-era angst enclosed in the streaked Chrysanthemum-burst aurora of intergalactic travel. Don’t squeeze the nebulae.
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.
Recently published by local press Grateful Steps, Look Up Asheville offers a unique perspective on Asheville’s architecture and history.
What sparkles in When We Were Strangers, Pamela Schoenewaldt’s novel of the American dream, is the appreciation for all things organically wonderful.
The Girl Who Chased the Moon comes out in paperback on Wednesday, Feb. 9; Malaprop’s holds a book signing event.
Local author Vicki Lane returns with a suspenseful, Appalachian-based drama that draws on history, Native American traditions, folklore and familiar landscapes. It’s a completely addictive read with plenty of surprises.