Disability Pride Month is celebrated with an art show in West Asheville. Plus, Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance turns 20; a parade of lake monsters in Black Mountain; and more.
In September 2018, Malaprops Bookstore/Cafe placed its first needle disposal boxes in its bathrooms. “We were finding needles in the bathroom on the floor,” explains lead bookseller Justin Souther. Sometimes, people would open the top of the toilet tank and hide used needles inside, he says.
The Asheville-based author’s latest work explores tense times in Northern Georgia.
Turning lemons into lemonade is a tried-and-true solution to a challenging situation. Turning apples into hard cider is increasingly a formula for adult-beverage business success in North Carolina, the seventh-largest apple growing state in the country. With the recent creation of the NC Cider Trail at cidernc.com, the N.C. Cider Association aims to guide cider […]
Over the last two years, writer Wayne Caldwell has written poems based on imaginary conversations with his fictional character Posey Green. His forthcoming poetry collection, Woodsmoke, comes out Tuesday, Feb. 23.
In 1949, poet Langston Hughes spoke at the Allen High School in Asheville. One of the students in attendance was Eunice Waymon, later known professionally as Nina Simone. In time, the poet and the singer developed a unique relationship, which author and N.C. State University professor W. Jason Miller is currently documenting in an online archive, Backlash Blues: Nina Simone and Langston Hughes.
The gender activist reads from their new memoir on March 10 at Malaprop’s.
The author discusses her new book at Malaprop’s on Feb. 13.
Denise Kiernan discusses the craft of writing with fellow author Ada Calhoun on Jan. 26 at Little Jumbo.
The event at Malaprop’s on Jan. 12 also includes readings from Eric Nelson, Meagan Smith Lucas and Benjamin Cutlers.
The S.C.-based author presents the 366-day ‘Mind-Body Peace Journal’ at Malaprop’s on Monday, Jan. 6.
The Asheville-based writer discusses his new book, “One Day at Disney,” on Dec. 5 at Malaprop’s.
The North Carolina illustrators share their latest works at Malaprop’s on Nov. 10.
The acclaimed author reads from her latest work on Oct. 26 at Jubilee! Community Church.
The Fairview-based author reads from a revised edition of his memoir “Mayhem in Mayberry” on Oct. 10 at Malaprop’s.
The local author reads from his new novel at Malaprop’s on Sept. 11.
Born in Ireland and raised in Virginia, the author first came to the Asheville area (which she called home for 17 years) as an undergraduate at Warren Wilson College.
The Tucson-based husband/wife duo present their book and film combination on June 13 at Malaprop’s.
The local author will from her debut novel on May 30 at Malaprop’s.
The Idaho-based writer reads from her debut novel on May 8 at Malaprop’s.
The Colorado-based writer will present her Ekphrastic Poetry Workshop at the Refinery Creator Space on Sunday, March 17.