City Lights Bookstore

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Indie bookstore in WNC

Episodios

David Joy Podcast

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David Joy stopped by for a chat ahead of his March 3rd book signing.

Ann Hite Podcast

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Ann Hite stops by City Lights Bookstore to talk about her new book, Sleeping Above Chaos.

Robert Lee Kendrick Poetry Reading

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Robert Lee Kendrick, author of Winter Skin, shares a few poems.

Carrie Highley Podcast

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Carrie Highley talks about her debut memoir Blue Apple Switchback. With her book, follow Carrie through four years of e-mails to Charlie, an older and wiser friend, as she chronicles her transformation from an ideal housewife and mother into an avid road cyclist with a hidden life as a lesbian. The story details her healing bicycle trips as she grapples with the challenges of a clandestine love affair, a divorce, a new career, and parenting her two young sons.

Meditation for Moms and Dads

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Shana Smith, author of Mediation for Moms and Dads talks about her book on The City Lights Bookstore Podcast. Her book boldly claims that a thriving meditation practice is not only possible but an absolute must for the parent/householder. It isn't an empty claim. Shana is doing it. Her journey is profound, funny, and fabulous.

Ray Whitaker Coffee with the Poet

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Ray Whitaker discusses and shares some of his poetry from his two collections: Acknowledgement: Poems from the ‘Nam and 23, 18.

Prayers the Devil Answers by Sharyn McCrumb

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Prayers the Devil Answers is set in Depression-era Appalachia and explores the ties between a reluctant female sheriff and a condemned man in this stunning and powerfully written novel. Suddenly thrust into the role of primary caretaker for her family following the tragic death of her husband, Ellie Robbins is appointed to serve out his term as sheriff of their rural Tennessee mountain town. The year is 1936, and her role is largely symbolic, except for the one task that only a sheriff can do: execute a convicted prisoner. Sharyn is a New York Times Bestselling author and is perhaps best known for her Ballad series novels.