Asheville author Joseph D’Agnese has teamed up with entrepreneur/software developer Damian Mogavero to write book that delves into the secrets of restaurant success. In The…Read More
On Saturday, check out portions of the movie Asheville’s Rod Murphy is making about Asheville’s Will Harlan and his exploits in Mexico.
Patterson, a best-selling author, has pledged to $1 million to indy booksellers, and the first round of grants has gone out.
“The Curate Cookbook” by Chef Katie Button will show folks how to create their own tapas dishes.
Capps’ comic cookbook is now available online and at Malaprop’s, where he’ll have a signing Oct. 2 at 7 p.m.
The artist’s graphic cookbook “Cooking Comically” will be published October 1 through Perigree Books.
The writer of “The Notebook” will use a cutting-edge school in Black Mountain as the setting for new work.
Hosseini has a new book, “And the Mountains Echoed.”
Neal, a reporter for 30 years at the Asheville Citizen-Times, turns his writing talent once again to exploring the lives of mountain folk.
Owner Leslie Hawkins wants a stand-alone space to better serve customers.
Denise Kiernan’s tale, “The Girls of Atomic City,” paints an amazing portrait of womanhood and war.
Owner Kay Manley says she has mixed emotions about closing up shop.
Did you know Virginian author Vess is a fan of Asheville, and Malaprop’s?
Rash will present “Nothing Gold Can Stay” in a ticketed event at the downtown book store.
With your library card, you can download 50 popular titles, from Consumer Reports to Rolling Stone.
Two years ago, she was working at Asheville Parks & Recreation. Today, Shepherd is an author with a big-time publishing house contract.