The Philadelphia-based author reads from his newest collection on Jan. 24 at Malaprop’s.
Bryan Robinson, a licensed psychotherapist and professor emeritus at UNC Charlotte, wrote #Chill to leverage his expertise on work addiction for a broader audience. “[The book is] not just for workaholics by any means; it’s [about] how all of us can chill, take the time to take care of ourselves and pay attention to the knee-jerk reactions that we make,” he says.
The Asheville-based author reads from her new book on Nov. 16 at Malaprop’s.
She’ll launch the book at Malaprop’s on Wednesday, Nov. 7.
The Charleston, S.C.-based author reads from her debut novel on Oct. 11 at Malaprop’s.
The launch of the anthology ‘Our Stories, Our Voices,’ featuring Amy Reed, Alexandra Duncan, Jaye Robin Brown, Amber Smith and Tracy Deonn Walker, takes place at Malaprop’s Oct. 6.
“We’re losing our mountains to unrestricted land development, tourism and gentrification,” says author David Joy, a sentiment echoed in his latest novel, ‘The Line That Held Us.’
The 2017 winners of the Orison Prizes in Poetry & Fiction read from their works on Aug. 23 at Malaprop’s.
The local writer-illustrator launches his new wordless novel Aug. 18 at Malaprop’s.
The author reads from his new book Aug. 4 at Malaprop’s.
The “Serafina” author has a launch party for a new series starter July 8 at the Asheville Mall Barnes & Noble.
The Atlanta native reads from her debut novel on June 27 at Malaprop’s.
“Some days I’m like, ‘Nope, not gonna do that. People are gonna think that’s crazy,’” Smith says. “Sometimes it’s like, ‘Just get it down on the page. Let’s see what happens.’”
The Asheville-based poet reads from her new book on May 6 at Malaprop’s.
Asheville-based author and illustrator launches her third (and final) Mr. Puffball book at Malaprop’s on April 24.
The local writer reads from his second Channey Moran action/thriller on March 29 at Malaprop’s.
On their current tour, Gibson is donating $1 from each ticket to Black Lives Matter. “This is an art form that is celebrated and occupied by a lot of marginalized people, specifically folks of color,” Gibson says of spoken-word.
Malaprop’s brings the bestselling writer to UNC Asheville for a Feb. 16 author event.
The Nepali-American author reads from her new memoir Feb. 7 at Malaprop’s.
The memoir took shape while the author was pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts in Writing at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, but McGaha has been penning and publishing shorter pieces about her grandparents — who lived in Canton — for years.
The author presents his new book on the craft of writing resiliency in conversation with Sara Gruen at Malaprop’s on Jan. 12.