Writers! The Redbud Writing Project is seeking students for its October-November Fiction Class! Visit redbudwriting.org for more information and to enroll! Additional winter classes will also be offered for memoir, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. 🍂
Hey, y’all! It’s your events manager Talia here with a quick reminder that I absolutely love my job! — Tuesday, 9/17—Thomas Goldsmith & Thomas Edwards performing in celebration of Goldsmith’s new book EARL SCRUGGS AND FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN (U of IL Press, Sep 2019, available at Flyleaf now).
TONIGHT at 7pm! North Carolina native Thomas Goldsmith talks bluegrass and banjo in his new book, EARL SCRUGGS AND FOGGY MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN. Book signing to follow the reading! More info at flyleafbooks.com 🌲🎻🏔
Holy cow October 7th CANNOT come soon enough! Don't miss the LEGENDARY Jacqueline Woodson presenting her new novel RED AT THE BONE here at Flyleaf Books!! More info at flyleafbooks.com 🤩
Halfway through September, we're looking forward to a THRILLING rest of the month! Mark your calendars for great events with Cadwell Turnbull, Kelly Starling Lyons, Leslie Jamison, and more! For our full events calendar and all things Flyleaf, visit us at Flyleafbooks.com 🤩
We kicked off our day with Victoria Schwab at Smith and Phillips Middle Schools! We're so excited to hang out with her tonight at the Chapel Hill Public Library, too! Join us there at 6 pm! 🖤☠️
Former hunter & fisherman Matt Stansberry links Ohio plants and wildlife to the mystical deck with RUST BELT ARCANA! A huge thank you to @arcanadurham for this gorgeous, cozy atmosphere—it was so perfect for this reading!
We had a wonderful inaugural Bookstore Romance Day! Our panel featured four lovely authors—Karen Booth, Kianna Alexander, Samantha Chase, and Reese Ryan. We had chocolate, champagne & strawberries! Thank you to all who came out today—and if you’re ever in the market for some romance books, please come to Flyleaf!💋💕
Tonight at 7 pm! Don’t miss your chance to hear this incredible author!
We at Flyleaf are deeply saddened by the loss of Toni Morrison, one of America’s greatest writers and thinkers. Her commitment to equality and belief in the power of literature will live on in her work — we are so grateful to her for sharing her wisdom with us. . . . “Books are a form of political action. Books are knowledge. Books are reflection. Books change your mind.”