Book & Literature Events[Cut This Out]
Jennifer C. Toledo
Friday September 12Frederick Bryson tells the story of his book “Wind in the Web” + City Lights Bookstore | 7pm | SylvaBryson’s book, “Wind in the Web: A Cherokee Warrior’s Epic journal of Rebirth”, the story of Euchella, Tsali, and the struggle of assimilation for the Cherokee people.
Saturday September 13Jo Carson – Stories and the Creative Process+ Malaprops Bookstore | 7pm | Ashevilleaward-winning playwright, poet, fiction writer and storyteller from Johnson City, Tennessee discusses her new book “Spider Speculations: A Physics and Biophysics of Storytelling”
Tueday September 16Rick Chess, instructor at UNCA, leads discussion of “Maus” by Art Spiegalman + Pack Memorial Library | 6:30pm | Asheville”Maus”, a graphic novel by Art Spegielman, Pulitzer Prize winning illustrator
Literary Trivia Night + Malaprops Bookstore | 7pm | Ashevillehosted by Lauren Harr. Trivia fun, including prizes!
Wednesday September 17Sacred Geometry and Egyptian Biogeometry+ Malaprops Bookstore | 7pm | AshevilleJeff Volk, poet, producer and publisher, and Robert Gilbert present a lecture on Cymatics and Biogeometry. The Hidden Energy Effects of Geometric Forms and Vibrational Patterns will be discussed, among other topics.
Thursday September 18Women on Words – A poetry program for women + Malaprops Bookstore | 5:30 | AshevilleW.O.W. – a poetry circle for inspiration, critiquing, and sharing ideas
Friday September 19Spoken Word featuring Gabriela Garcia Medina + Illusions | 9pm | CullowheeInternational spoken word artist and award winning poet from Brazil
Allan Wolf and Sara Holbrook-The Poetics of Love From Two Perspectives + Malaprops Bookstore | 7pm | Asheville’Adopting the voices of a young boy and girl in the throes of affection, More Than Friends uses poems to tell the story of teenage love-in all its glorious awkwardness and exquisite bliss.’
Friday September 26Christopher Cooper and H. Gibbs Knotts , editors of “The New Politics of North Carolina” + City Lights Bookstore | 7pm | Sylvatopics discussion including evolution of politics and political institutions; the roles of governors, the judicial branch, interest groups, and party systems; and the part played by economic development and environmental policy.