Two meetings are set for Aug. 1 for residents to check out design concepts.
It is wrong to say that the Flatiron is the soul and spirit of Asheville.
Also, it's spring and that means bears on the move, so here's some advice on how to stay aware and safe.
Also, Asheville cookbook and homesteading author Ashley English will launch a new book in April, and more.
Asheville is home to some of the best young adult fiction and middle-grade authors in the country.
Also, a big book release party is set for July 2 to celebrate author Robert Beatty's latest, "Serafina and the Splintered Heart."
Asheville author Robert Beatty is masterminding, and funding, a massive marketing effort around his young adult "Serafina" mystery series.
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 ...
One of Western North Carolina's most storied writers has a major new work published 10 years after her death.
The exhibition of Wolfe's books coincides will the release of a Hollywood movie about Wolfe, as well as an upcoming meeting of the Thomas Wolfe Society in Asheville.
New York Times bestseller Sara Gruen (Water for Elephants), who lives in Asheville, has teamed up with Malaprop’s bookstore in town for an event dubbed “Kill the Bill” and set for May 18 at Asheville ...
It's a big month for Malaprop's, which will also host a panel of YA writers and fantasy writer Catherynne Valente.
The movie "Genius" is getting other press as the movie has its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival this week.
Also, Anam Cara Theatre Company is accepting play proposals for its 2016-2017 season, and more.
"Genius" has been added to the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival line-up.
Earlier this year, Oscar buzz was building for actor Jude Law, who plays Wolfe the writer.
The author of "Serena" and "Nothing Gold Can Stay" has another hit on his hands.
Actor Jude Law, one of the stars of "Genuis," visited Asheville last summer to learn more about Wolfe.
Phil Jamison, a nationally known dance caller, will celebrate the release of his new book at Malaprop's on Friday.
Asheville Citizen-Times reporter Mackensy Lunsford wrote the book with the restaurant's owners and chef.
Also, the return of the Battle of the Burger and much more.
The film stars Jude Law, Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. Last summer, Law visited Asheville to learn more about Wolfe.
The award-winning author is directing traffic from his website to Biblio.com to raise money for Biblio's nonprofit arm.
The American Booksellers Association is holding its annual winter conference in Asheville, complete with literary stars, panels and more.
Sara Gruen's tale includes a search for the Loch Ness monster, while Mark Essig recounts the history of the humble pig.
Corrigan's book - part biography, history and literary criticism - examines the enduring interest in F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel.
The actor is portraying Thomas Wolfe in a new biopic that will begin filming in October in the U.S. and U.K.
Jeannette Walls will discuss and sign "The Silver Star," while Elizabeth Gilbert will discuss and sign "The Signature of All Things."
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.
Grateful Steps Publishing is launching the book, a fictional account of what happened to the families of Adam and Eve.
Cash's 2012 novel "A Land More Kind Than Home" was a New York Times best-seller and a Kirkus Reviews pick for Best of 2012 award.
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.
Denise Kiernan's tale, "The Girls of Atomic City," paints an amazing portrait of womanhood and war.
The memoir "Plucking Wolf Fur" is a story of one arm, one dog and an American family.
Rash will present "Nothing Gold Can Stay" in a ticketed event at the downtown book store.
Two years ago, she was working at Asheville Parks & Recreation. Today, Shepherd is an author with a big-time publishing house contract.
Anne Fitten Glenn, the author of "Asheville Beer," will be signing her book on Saturday at Malaprop's. Here's her recommendations.
"Chicken Soup for the Soul: Billy Graham & Me" is set to be released in February.
Press release here: Charles Frazier to Speak July 8 at UNC Asheville Charles Frazier, author of “Cold Mountain” and other novels, will speak at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 8, as part of a new series ...
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 ...
On March 10 and 11, Brunk Auctions in Asheville will sell off pieces of the estate of writer Reynolds Price, including a typewriter, books and artwork owned by the well-known Southern author. Pieces on sale ...
Two talented writers. Give ’em a listen. Here are the details: We are lucky to be hosting two of Asheville’s gifted writers, Sebastian Mathews and Chall Gray, on Monday evening, January 16 at the Posana ...
Asheville resident Bill Brittain died Dec. 16. He was 81. From his Asheville Citizen-Times obituary: William E. Brittain of Weaverville, 81, died December 16, 2011. Born in Rochester, NY, Bill earned degrees from SUNY Brockport ...
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 ...