The local author earned national praise and national rage for new book Pit Bull: The Battle Over an American Icon.
Havrilesky brings a live version of her popular Ask Polly column to Motorco Music Hall.
We speak with Chuck Palahniuk, who comes to the Regulator Bookshop next week.
The internationally renowned photographer visits Flyleaf Books and Meredith College this week.
As Nice Price gives way to Papa John’s, we take a history walk down the homeo path.
Day discusses her memoir, You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), at Cat’s Cradle on Wednesday, April 27.
W. Jason Miller, author of Origins of the Dream, appears at The Regulator Bookshop on Tuesday, April 12.
Torres, a scholar in existential risk studies, recently published The End: What Science and Religion Tell us About the Apocalypse.
Janken discusses his new nonfiction book at Quail Ridge Books on Jan. 21.
A speculative fiction omnivore picks his 10 favorites from a bumper crop of local fiction.
The anthology came out in October on Chapel Hill’s Trans-Genre Press, by and for transgender people.
Plus, local authors weigh in with a wide variety of perspectives on the audiobook form.
A.J. Bryce’s Trans-Genre Press is preparing its second release, the LGBTQ anthology Writing Down the Walls.
Johnson comes to Quail Ridge Books with new short-story collection Fortune Smiles Sept. 3.
Rick Bragg, Steven Pinker, Richard Ford and more top authors visit the Triangle this fall.
The Cary author reads from Haw at Raleigh’s So & So Books Aug. 29.
The latest addition to Mackey’s epic “Song of the Andoumboulou” project is out now from New Directions.
The book, edited by a Wake Forest-based architecture journalist, features big-name locals such as Phil Freelon.