Jo Piazza & Christine Pride
Join the Bluebird & Co. and the Virginia Center for the Book as we celebrate the release of Jo Piazza & Christine Pride’s new novel You Were Always Mine. The …
Rage, Resistance & Response in The Infamous Rosalie
Join Ima Hicks, Assistant Professor of Languages and Literature at Virginia Union University, for “Rage, Resistance & Response in The Infamous Rosalie,” a talk highlighting the research she conducted on the novel as a Virginia Humanities HBCU Scholars Fellow.
Finding the Light: Bestsellers Panel
Three NYT bestselling authors with new books—Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, Meghan O’Rourke, and Matthew Quick—share what it means to find the light.
Horror at Holiday Trails
Join four acclaimed horror fiction writers for an immersive outdoor experience at Camp Holiday Trails.
Mid-Century Fiction Lunch
From Jamila Minnicks, winner of the 2021 Penn/Bellwether Prize for Socially-Engaged Fiction, and Sadeqa Johnson, the Library of Virginia People’s Choice award-winning author, come two novels set in the 1950s.
No Ordinary Crimes: A Thriller Hour
Join authors E.A. Aymar, Gabino Iglesias, and Deanna Raybourn for an afternoon of thrillers.
Reinvention and Return Breakfast and Authors Talk
Acclaimed authors Quan Barry, Rebecca Makkai, and Jung Yun gather to explore what happens when we return to our past and find ourselves changed.
Beyond the Book
What are you reading this summer?
AAPI Recommended Reading
Last summer, With Good Reason staff gathered a list of summer reading recommendations by Asian American and Pacific Islander writers from guests. We’re sharing it now in recognition of May as #AAPIHeritageMonth.
A Celebration of Lee Smith
On May 14, join the Buchanan County Public Library to celebrate the dedication of a sign honoring the New York Times Bestselling author Lee Smith. The dedication will begin at …
The Charlottesville Reading Series: Aran Donovan and Anna Caritj
After a two-year hiatus, the Charlottesville Reading Series will return to New Dominion Bookshop this April! Join us for our kickoff event, featuring poet Aran Donovan and fiction writer Anna Caritj. This …
Southern Landscapes: Real and Imagined
Authors Ralph Eubanks (A Place Like Mississippi), Jocelyn Nicole Johnson (My Monticello), and Imani Perry (South to America) take center stage at this Festival headliner event to discuss the storied …