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Ashvegas Hot Sheet: May 8 Asheville opioid forum spotlights experts, resources

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: May 8 Asheville opioid forum spotlights experts, resources

Also, it’s spring and that means bears on the move, so here’s some advice on how to stay aware and safe.

by May 7, 2018 0 comments Asheville News
A scene from the filming of a book trailer for "Serafina and the Splintered Heart," the third in the young adult "Serafina" series by Asheville author Robert Beatty./ photo by Jason Sandford

A book marketing effort like few others in author Beatty’s ‘Serafina’ series

Asheville author Robert Beatty is masterminding, and funding, a massive marketing effort around his young adult “Serafina” mystery series.

by May 20, 2017 0 comments Asheville events
Asheville writer co-authors new book delving into secrets of restaurant success

Asheville writer co-authors new book delving into secrets of restaurant success

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 Underground Culinary Tour: How the New Metrics of Today’s Top Restaurants Are Transforming How America Eats, D’Agnese and Mogavero take readers inside kitchens and eateries “to show us how data and statistics are helping restaurants stay profitable[Read More…]

Long-lost work by Asheville’s Wilma Dykeman hits shelves, gets rave reviews

Long-lost work by Asheville’s Wilma Dykeman hits shelves, gets rave reviews

One of Western North Carolina’s most storied writers has a major new work published 10 years after her death.

by September 16, 2016 0 comments Asheville News
With ‘The Ethical Meat Handbook,’ Asheville author cuts her own path toward sustainability

With ‘The Ethical Meat Handbook,’ Asheville author cuts her own path toward sustainability

Meredith Leigh with talk about her new book on Feb. 18 at Malaprop’s in downtown Asheville.

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Bhramari Brewhouse on Asheville’s South Slope plans Friday opening

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Bhramari Brewhouse on Asheville’s South Slope plans Friday opening

Also, Anam Cara Theatre Company is accepting play proposals for its 2016-2017 season, and more.

by January 13, 2016 0 comments Asheville News
Mostly sparkling reviews for WNC author Ron Rash’s new novel, ‘Above the Waterfall’

Mostly sparkling reviews for WNC author Ron Rash’s new novel, ‘Above the Waterfall’

The author of “Serena” and “Nothing Gold Can Stay” has another hit on his hands.

by September 10, 2015 0 comments Asheville arts, Asheville books
Warren Wilson College prof uncovers multiculutural influences on mountain dance in new book

Warren Wilson College prof uncovers multiculutural influences on mountain dance in new book

Phil Jamison, a nationally known dance caller, will celebrate the release of his new book at Malaprop’s on Friday.

by July 16, 2015 1 comment Asheville News
Books by Asheville authors Gruen, Essig make list of most anticipated for 2015

Books by Asheville authors Gruen, Essig make list of most anticipated for 2015

Sara Gruen’s tale includes a search for the Loch Ness monster, while Mark Essig recounts the history of the humble pig.

by January 12, 2015 3 comments Asheville books, Asheville News
UPDATED: FOR SALE: Collection of Asheville historical items, including old photos, coins, books, key to the city

UPDATED: FOR SALE: Collection of Asheville historical items, including old photos, coins, books, key to the city

Asheville photographer Jenny Bowen is selling her collection of Asheville ephemera.

by November 4, 2014 3 comments Asheville events
NPR book critic Maureen Corrigan’s new book examining ‘Gatsby’ topic for Malaprop’s event in Asheville

NPR book critic Maureen Corrigan’s new book examining ‘Gatsby’ topic for Malaprop’s event in Asheville

Corrigan’s book – part biography, history and literary criticism – examines the enduring interest in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel.

by October 31, 2014 0 comments Asheville News
Crowdfunding Asheville: A successful book project for LaMotte; $6,000 sought for Monroe marker

Crowdfunding Asheville: A successful book project for LaMotte; $6,000 sought for Monroe marker

Asheville’s David LaMotte has raised more than $20,000 for a book project; Dallas Taylor seeks funds for Bill Monroe historical marker.

by May 22, 2014 3 comments Asheville features
Asheville author Harlan receiving praise for new book, ‘Untamed’

Asheville author Harlan receiving praise for new book, ‘Untamed’

Harlan chronicles the tale of Carol Ruckdeschel, a mysterious woman who lives on an island off the Georgia coast and is a defender of sea turtles.

by April 8, 2014 1 comment Asheville News
Asheville author’s new book gets spotlight on Jon Stewart’s ‘The Daily Show’

Asheville author’s new book gets spotlight on Jon Stewart’s ‘The Daily Show’

Denise Kiernan’s tale, “The Girls of Atomic City,” paints an amazing portrait of womanhood and war.

by March 30, 2013 0 comments Asheville books
Former Citizen-Times reporter to hold book signing Saturday at Malaprop’s

Former Citizen-Times reporter to hold book signing Saturday at Malaprop’s

The memoir “Plucking Wolf Fur” is a story of one arm, one dog and an American family.

by March 22, 2013 1 comment Asheville features
Author Ron Rash to present new short story collection at Malaprop’s

Author Ron Rash to present new short story collection at Malaprop’s

Rash will present “Nothing Gold Can Stay” in a ticketed event at the downtown book store.

by January 15, 2013 0 comments Asheville books
Asheville writer Megan Shepherd’s book debut set for Jan. 29

Asheville writer Megan Shepherd’s book debut set for Jan. 29

Two years ago, she was working at Asheville Parks & Recreation. Today, Shepherd is an author with a big-time publishing house contract.

by January 10, 2013 1 comment Asheville books, Asheville News
Brewgasm: Six beers to take with you over the fiscal cliff

Brewgasm: Six beers to take with you over the fiscal cliff

Anne Fitten Glenn, the author of “Asheville Beer,” will be signing her book on Saturday at Malaprop’s. Here’s her recommendations.

Author of Pinterest for Dummies is Ashevillean Kelby Carr

Author of Pinterest for Dummies is Ashevillean Kelby Carr

Asheville writer, blogger and conference organizer Kelby Carr is the author of the how-to guide Pinterest for Dummies, published just last month. She appeared at BookExpo America in New York City today, signing copies of her new book. Carr is the organizer of the Type-A Parent Conference (formerly the Type-A Mom Conference), which recently moved from Asheville to Charlotte. That’s[Read More…]

by June 5, 2012 3 comments Asheville News

‘Serena’, the movie based on book by Asheville-area author Ron Rash, starts production

Here’s a quick update about a movie I’ll be interested in seeing – Serena, based on the novel of the same name by Western North Carolina’s award-winning author Ron Rash. From examiner.com on Serena: “The Hunger Games” star and Academy Award nominee Jennifer Lawrence is reteaming with “The Silver Linings Playbook” co-star Bradley Cooper in the upcoming major feature film[Read More…]

by March 26, 2012 0 comments Asheville features

Ron Rash’s new novel, The Cove, to hit bookstores in April

Ron Rash, the award-winning Western North Carolina author of Serena, is set to release his latest novel, The Cove, in April. It’s already getting great reviews. About The Cove, via Amazon: The New York Times bestselling author of Serena returns to Appalachia, this time at the height of World War I, with the story of a blazing but doomed love[Read More…]

Prosecutor on losing end of Casey Anthony case will stop in Asheville at Malaprop’s on book tour

Here’s the announcement from Malaprop’s: Malaprop’s Bookstore/Cafe presents Jeff Ashton, author of IMPERFECT JUSTICE: Prosecuting Casey Anthony. Jeff was the lead prosecutor on the sensational Casey Anthony murder trial, and his book is the definitive retelling of his experience on what has become one of the most captivating trials in recent history. It recently debuted at #3 on the NY Times[Read More…]

by December 16, 2011 0 comments Asheville News