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The Silent Appalachian

Why are they mute?  A look at Appalachian charactersby Rob Neufeld We need to heed unheard people.  But does that include characters without speaking parts in works of fiction?Vicki Sigmon Collins, an Appalachian Culture Studies teacher at the University of South Carolina Aiken, seeks to show that mute lives matter…See More
Jan 9
Tipper posted a video

Whiskey Before Breakfast

Great old fiddle tune the girls learned from Lynn and Liz Shaw.
Jan 9
Tipper posted a blog post
Jan 9
City Lights Bookstore posted an event

Coffee with the Poet Featuring Patrick Frank at City Lights Bookstore

January 19, 2017 from 10:30am to 12pm
The Coffee of the Poet series continues on Thursday, January 19th at 10:30 a.m. at City Lights Bookstore. Poet, essayist and songwriter, Patrick Frank, will present his four collections of poetry. An Asheville resident, Patrick also writes political columns which frequently appear in the Asheville Citizen-Times. His reading will focus on homelessness and will feature an open discussion of the problems experienced by the homeless and those at risk for becoming homeless. Participants will also be…See More
Jan 4
Rob Neufeld posted a discussion

Housing at a historic point in tourist Asheville

Then and now: people looking for decent homesThis week’s article about Pisgah Legal Services (, 828-253-0406), and last week’s, about Mountain Housing Opportunities (, 828-254-4030), relate to the holiday spirit of caring for the less fortunate. …See More
Dec 29, 2016
Rob Neufeld posted a discussion

Last Bigfoot in Dixie by Wally Avett

Good ol’ boys grin and cry in “Last Bigfoot”by Rob Neufeld             “She tried to run, but he grabbed her.”            Both Wally Avett—whose new novel, “Last Bigfoot in Dixie” (Bell Bridge Book), begins with this line—and I are in the grabbing business ourselves, as are so many others today vying for your…See More
Dec 25, 2016
Tipper posted videos
Dec 23, 2016
Tipper posted a blog post

I Dream Of Christmases Of Long Ago

I Dream Of Christmas written by Granny WilsonI dream of Christmases of long agoOf trampling home thru cold and snowOf sitting by the hearth with hearts aglowAnd looking forward to Christmas.I think of times that used to beWhen Mom chopped down the holly treeAnd James was probably not more than three And we had the grandest Christmas.At Christmas there's more love and cheer,Perhaps because our Lord seems nearBecause he came in a lowly wayAnd brought love and hope and Christmas.Lord hear this…See More
Dec 23, 2016
Rob Neufeld posted a discussion

Asheville Ice House graffiti

HISTORIC PHOTO Ice house graffiti The old ice house at 91 Riverside Dr., a big factory in the early 1900s, had, in its derelict years before it was demolished in 2013, housed vagabonds who produced artistic graffiti.  This 2007 photo by Henry Neufeld shows the back of the building, by the tracks.  An upstairs…See More
Dec 19, 2016
Rob Neufeld posted a blog post

Rose Post Creative Nonfiction Competition, deadline Jan 15

Creative Nonfiction Competitionfrom press release, December 16, 2016The 2017 Rose Post Creative Nonfiction Competition is now open for submissions. This contest awards $1,500 in prizes to a piece of lasting nonfiction that is outside the realm of conventional journalism and has relevance to North Carolinians. Subjects may include traditional categories such as reviews, travel articles, profiles or interviews, place/history pieces, or culture criticism.The first-, second-, and third-place…See More
Dec 19, 2016
Rob Neufeld posted a blog post

January 28 day of writer's retreat

Day-long writer's retreat in West Asheville(from press release)Flatiron Writers has opened up  the Flatiron Writers Room at 5 Covington Street, West Asheville, and hosts a day-long retreat that includes communal writing, time for yourself, an individual session with novelist Heather Newton and fellowship with other participants. You can also add on an optional neck and shoulder massage. Save the date now and let your loved ones know that this gift of writing time is what you want for the…See More
Dec 16, 2016
Joe Epley posted a blog post

New Rev War novel

My new novel on the American Revolution War is out. "A Passel of Trouble - The Saga of Loyalist Partisan David Fanning." is a fact-based story about one of the most extraordinary characters who fought in the Carolinas.During the first three years of the war, he was captured fourteen times in South Carolina.  He went to North Carolina in late 1780, was commissioned a colonel by the British Army and created havoc in the central part of the state. Among his most notable raids was the attack on…See More
Dec 15, 2016
Joe Epley posted a photo
Dec 15, 2016
Rob Neufeld posted a discussion

Charles Prince, snake handler

HISTORIC PHOTO Snake handler, 1985 Citizen-Times writer Henry Robinson wrote about Charles Prince, Canton bait-shop owner and snake-handling minister, in 1985.  Prince, pictured here in a service, revealed how he had repented his sinful life nine years before—“to the point,” he said, “that…See More
Dec 11, 2016
Rose Senehi posted an event


January 14, 2017 from 6pm to 7:30pm
Award winning author, Rose Senehi, will read from her eighth novel, CAROLINA BELLE that takes place in Hendersonville’s Apple Valley.  Saint Paul’s Mountain Winery will offer a taste of its hard cider made from the valley’s apples.See More
Dec 9, 2016
Rob Neufeld posted a discussion

What the 1790s were like—case study, Biltmore

Benjamin Hawkins—A Bridge to 1790s AshevillePart 1 of 2 PHOTO CAPTION: George Vanderbilt explores his farm with a guest in 1906. The Hawkins cemetery, still maintained by Biltmore Estate, is on the crest of the distant hill in the center of the photo, which is used with permission of The Biltmore…See More
Dec 9, 2016

Memoirist T Cooper Reading & Booksigning

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Memoirist T Cooper Reading & Booksigning

Time: January 19, 2013 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe
Street: 55 Haywood Street, NC 28801
City/Town: Asheville, NC 28801
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Phone: 828-254-6734
Event Type: reading, and, booksigning
Organized By: Malaprop's Bookstore Cafe
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2012

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T Cooper’s memoir Real Man Adventures grew out of an earlier essay published in McSweeney's The Believer magazine, in which he wrote of his experience telling his parents he wasn’t their daughter anymore. Real Man Adventures is at once groundbreaking, candid, very funny, occasionally sad, beautifully written and profoundly illuminating. Join us as T Cooper discusses and signs his book. This event is free and open to the public.


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