New publications by Lorimer Press, funded by Lenoir-Rhyne Univ., honors Black Mountain College legacy with writers and artists contributing today. Read about the books & other new books.
Andrea Barrett's new fiction
Biological insights put lives in perspective in stories keying on scientific revolutions. Read review & interview. She was was long-time Warren Wilson College MFA instructor.
Click above link for Gary Hawkins "Five (Occupational) Love Poems"
From the now to the 1890s, 1860s, 1830s, and Cherokee times--how we've adapted to winter in WNC. Read here.
Take a narrative tour of Beaverdam Road in North Asheville.
N.C. slave narratives
John F. Blair, Publishers has issued a paperback edition of its book, My Folks Don't Want Me to Talk about Slavery. Read more.
See more Community and Local History features.
See week's calendar of events.
Kelcey Parker (right) reads from her works, UNC:A's Highsmith Student Union, Mar. 6.
Amy Greene (left) presents "Long Man," Malaprop's, Mar. 9.
Local author Donna Glee Williams celebrates the debut of her novel, "The Braided Path," City Lights Bookstore, Mar. 14.
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