Grove Arcade decorated for the holidays. #avl
Beer City USA gingerbread house. #avl #avlbeer
Nothing says home like #avl public transit.
Wonder if they ever get tired of reaching for something they’ll never grasp.
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There are lots of books that make me think: I don’t care what’s in them as long as they’re written beautifully. —Lydia Davis, BOMB 60, 1997
Last night Asheville hosted two great poetry readings.
Loretta’s Cafe featured the Flood Reading Series with poets DeWayne Barton, Gyorgyi Voros, and Landon Godfrey.
Malaprop’s featured readings by Evie Shockley and Luke Hankins.
Unfortunately, I missed both readings because I was on the road and didn’t return to my adopted hometown until after the readings. Anyone have a report to how the readings went? Please feel free to offer a review of the readings in the comments.