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The Devil Returns!

Very excited to announce to my friends here at The Read on WNC that my publisher, Holladay House Publishing, will be re-releasing The Devil's Courthouse this summer. We are having a release celebration at Bearmeat's Indian Den in Cherokee, NC on Saturday, June 6, from 11 to 4. If you are in the area, please come out and help us celebrate! And we will be visiting bookstores across the WNC throughout the coming months!See More
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Book Launch: John E. Batchelor to Sign and Celebrate Newest Cookbook CHEFS OF THE COAST at Scuppernong Books

June 2, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
Help John F. Blair, Publisher, and food critic/restaurant reviewer John E. Batchelor celebrate the launch of his newest book, CHEFS OF THE COAST. There will be light refreshments and an opportunity to have your book signed by the author. The event, which starts at 7:00 PM, will be at Scuppernong Books.  For more information about CHEFS OF THE COAST please visit…See More
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Steve Inskeep, NPR Journalist, To Talk about Jacksonland at Cherokee Museumfrom press releaseSteve Inskeep will be speaking at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian about his new book, JACKSONLAND: President Andrew Jackson, Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab.  The event begins at 2 pm Sunday May 31 at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian at 589 Tsali Boulevard in Cherokee, North Carolina. The event is open to the public free of charge.   The author will talk, discuss, and sign books,…See More
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Contemplative Photography Companion for the Journey Home at City Lights Bookstore

June 6, 2015 from 3pm to 4:30pm
Asheville author Tina FireWolf will visit City Lights Bookstore on Saturday, June 6th at 3 p.m. to present her book, Beneath the Chatter.  Tina FireWolf will ignite your fire! Join her to hear how a 3 ft. tall corn plant was the sign to go on an adventure to write her book! She will share her personal story and tales from her book that illuminate  life lessons and help ignite us into Everyday Enlightenment. You will leave with a light heart and wider eyes to the world around you. Beneath the…See More
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The North Carolina Writers’ Network is holding its annual Spring Conference on Saturday, April 13 in UNC: Greensboro’s Moore Humanities and Research Building. It is a day of workshops and discussion with other authors from North Carolina and beyond.

Workshops include:

“Animating Fiction” with Lee Zacharias

“Writing Personal Essays and Memoir” with Judy Goldman

“Authors as Entrepreneurs” with Terry L. Kennedy & Ross White

“How to Write Dynamic Dialog” with Quinn Dalton

“Plot: The Shape of Fiction” with John McNally

“Nonfiction in a Stupid Golden Age” with Scott Huler

“Creating Images in Nonfiction” with Cynthia Nearman

“Writing in Circles” with Carolyn Beard Whitlow

“The Risks of Writing Poetry” with John Rybicki

“Self-publishing e-books” with Scott Nicholson

Other events include:

“Lunch with an Author,” a chance to chat with an accomplished writer

Faculty Readings

Open Mic Readings

A Publishing Panel with Stephen Kirk of John F. Blair, Publisher; Robin Miura of Carolina Wren Press; and Kevin Morgan Watson of Press 53

A hands-on demonstration of traditional bookbinding with Andrew Saulters of Unicorn Press


Fees for the Spring Conference are $99 for NCWN members and $150 for non-members who register through early registration; or $135 for members and $165 for non-members who register on-site as a walk-in. Early registration ends April 7.

Lunch with an Author is only available through early registration due to limited availability, and costs $15 for NCWN members and $25 for non-members.

 

Detailed workshop and registration information can be found on the NCWN website or by calling 336-293-8844.

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