Category: Book Reviews

The Art of Resilience

DeWayne Barton’s “The Art of Resilience” art opening, book release, and poetry reading takes place Friday, November 13, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the YMI Read more »

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Write-A-thon Features Author Lamar Giles

Lamar Giles, Edgar-nominated Young Adult author and co-founder of the nonprofit organization We Need Diverse Books, will be writing for sponsorship in the 3rd Annual Read more »

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Leonard Pitts, Jr. Reading & Book Signing

Leonard Pitts, Jr. will discuss his new novel, Grant Park, on Wednesday, October 28 at 7 p.m. at Malaprop’s Bookstore & Cafe in Asheville. Leonard Read more »

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Asheville Native Goes ‘Back Down Memory Lane’

New book inspired by late singer Minnie Riperton. On July 12, 1979, music lost one of its most cherished and recognized voices with the death Read more »

Add a comment Creator Jeff Powell Signs Publishing Deal

Jeff Powell, creator of, has joined best-selling author and business development expert Jack Canfield to co-author a forthcoming book on entrepreneurship. Business partners Nick Read more »

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In Search of the Movement

Benjamin Hedin’s timely new book was published on the 50th anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery, Alabama marches. In In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Read more »

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Living in the Shadow of Slavery with Faustine Wilson

Faustine Wilson, daughter of the late Victoria Casey McDonald, will present Victoria’s last novel, Living in the Shadow of Slavery, at Blue Ridge Books on Saturday, Read more »

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Meta Commerse Reading and Booksigning

The Mending Time is an inter-generational, layered story of overcoming cycles and effects of violence and separation in the legacy of slavery. For three generations, the Read more »

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Sunni & Her Hip Hop Bunny

Sunni & Her Hip Hop Bunny is a children’s book series that merges Arts (Hip Hop) with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to create Read more »

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Page & Screen – April 2015

The Human Crossroads: Where the Past, Politics, and the Personal Meet reviews by Sharon L. Shervington Whether in lectures, magazine articles, or online content, Henry Read more »

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