Gail Godwin on Publishing
The acclaimed Asheville-raised author tells about her writing life and the changing world of publishing through a half century of stories. Read about it.
Ellison on Kephart, 3.0
In the 3rd expanded edition of Our Southern Hjghlanders, George Ellison has written a 60-page intro that brings new insight to the legacy. Read more.
George Ella Lyon
The Kentucky author talks about her life, work, and causes. Read the interview.
War vet bird artist
Michael Francis Reagan creates a fiction that stems from WNC mountains and contributes to war veterans' expressive efforts. Read review.
Clear-cutting Year One
What year did the clear-cutting of our forests begin? What myths have been spread about mountain people? Read the logging story.
Region and world items
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The Museum of the Cherokee Indian presents “Cherokee Pottery: Three Thousand Years of Cherokee Science and Art,” Fri., Oct. 17, 2 pm. Read more.
McKinney family legacy of joy
Through several generations in Mitchell County, the McKinneys have passed on a legacy. Read story.
Hogs on our mind
Story about how hogs shaped WNC culture refers to John Weaver, Robert Morgan, & Tipper Pressley.
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See week's calendar of events.
Ted Alexander (left) presents "The Fall of Summer," Manheimer Room at UNC:A's Reuter Center, Feb. 3.
Jamie Mason presents "Monday's Lie" with Joe D'Agnese, Malaprop's, Feb. 6.
Laurie McKay (right) presents a middle-grade series set in Asheville, "The Last Dragon Charmer," Spellbound Books, Feb. 7.
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