Join us every Thursday evening at 8 pm for this special, ongoing reading series featuring one poet and one prose writer each week from the UVA Creative Writing MFA student body.
UVA students will share their poetry, flash fiction, and stand-up comedy during this Open Mic Night sponsored by the Dec.
Local architect Henry Browne will read from his new book, Vanishing History, Ruins in Virginia.
Join us for First Fridays as we celebrate broadsides, book arts, and the visual record of a local creative community now housed at (and known as) the Virginia Center for the Book.
New York Times Best-selling author John Hart will read from his new book, The Hush.
A. G. Harmon, Louise Marburg, and Deidra McAfee and BettyJoyce Nash share their stories from two collections and an anthology.
Author Charlie Lovett discusses his newest book, The Lost Book of the Grail.
Poets Christina Pugh, Tom Sleigh, and Mary-Sherman Willis will read from their books.
The inaugural Carol Troxell Reader, Lisa Ko, will read from her debut novel, The Leavers.
Tess Taylor and Karen Washington discuss the intersection of farming and verse.
Carl Hoffman and Kathleen Saville share their tales of adventure and endurance.
Thomas Mira Y Lopez and Jessie van Eerden discuss their essays collections.
Anna Lena Phillips Bell, Irène Mathieu, and Tess Taylor read from their poetry.
Lesa Cline-Ransome, James Ransome, and Carole Boston Weatherford read from and discuss their historical picture books for children.
Authors Hermione Hoby and Kathleen Rooney discuss their deeply-observed female characters living in New York City.
Christopher Kempf, Kamilah Aisha Moon, and Bao Phi read from their poetry.
Megan Marshall discusses poet Elizabeth Bishop in her acclaimed blend of memoir and biography.
Chris Offutt (Country Dark) and Janet Peery (The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs) will discuss their novels.
The New Dominion Book Club will meet to discuss Elizabeth Strout's novel Anything Is Possible.
In this interactive brown-bag lunch & learn from professional editor Jessica Hatch, uncover the "Top 5 Mistakes First-Time Writers Make."
Join us for First Fridays as we celebrate the art of Ken Nagakui.
Join us for a reading with novelist Caroline Preston, author of The War Bride's Scrapbook.
Poets Caroline Brae and Patsy Asuncion will read from their work.
Poet Susan Okie will read from her new chapbook, Let You Fly.
Join us for the next installment of the Charlottesville Reading Series, featuring poet Erica Wright and novelist Aja Gabel.
Join us for a reading and book talk with Caroline Weber, author of Proust’s Duchess: How Three Celebrated Women Captured the Imagination of Fin de Siecle Paris.
Join us for a reading with local author Mary Morony, who will read from her new novel, If It Ain't One Thing...
The New Dominion Book Club will meet to discuss Julia Pierpont's novel Among the Ten Thousand Things.
The Charlottesville Reading Series returns with Guion Pratt and Lina M. Ferreira C.-V.
Join us for First Fridays as we celebrate the art of Linda Staiger.
Local author Alden Bigelow will read from his book-length fable The Great American Mammal Jamboree.
The New Dominion Book Club will meet to discuss Min Jin Lee's novel Pachinko.
Poets Heather Derr-Smith and Amy Woolard will read from their work on Dec. 16th at 7PM.
Mary Motley Kalergis will share stories from her new collection, Foxhunters Speak.
Come for storytime with local children's author Hannah Barnaby!
Fran Slayton will read from her new children's book, Snowball Moon. A special activity will follow.
Join Beatrix Ost as she shares stories from her recent biography, More Than Everything: My Voyage with the Gods of Love
Ann Beattie, editor of the new Library of America collection of Peter Taylor's short stories, will join a panel of Taylor scholars.
Caitlin Fitzpatrick and Rob Shapiro