More Events than Ever
Burnsville, NC, July 29, 2011 – All the excitement about the literary festival has spilled out into more events than ever before. For the first time, the festival will show a…Continue
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WillowRaven Illustration & Design Plus: Cover art & design for 'Empyreal Fate' is ready fo...: "I make it no secret that…Continue
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Bill Branyon has established a singular reputation in the Asheville area with Asheville-set speculative fiction and, most recently, a philosophical broadside, Liberating Liberals: A political synthesis of Nietzsche and Jesus, Vonnegut and Marx (Groucho, not Karl) and Gandhi and Machiavelli.
One of the advantages of such a book, is that Bill becomes an excellent choice for a talk, and he continues to give them, including Wed.,…Continue
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Julia Nunnally Duncan of Marion is the author of novels (When Day Is Done and Drops of the Night); stories (Blue Ridge Shadows), and poems (An Endless Tapestry and At Dusk).
She has just won third place in trhe Adult/Professional categort for…Continue
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Those who are involved in YA literature might be interested in the discussion that took place on NPR's program Talk of the Nation that aired on Wednesday, July 6 when moderator Neil Conan invited Wall Street Journal critic Meghan Cox Gourdon and Lauren Myracle, author of Shine, the recently released YA book set in WNC to commen on the nature of contemporary YA books. A link to the audio podcast is below.…Continue
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