Join us for an evening of literature and libations! Once a month, we’ll gather an intimate group of local creatives to chat about an Asheville–themed novel, drink quality cocktails, and make new friends. Asheville Folk Book Club is free, but space is limited, so grab your ticket below and get to reading.


Next Book Club: May 9th, 7pm at The Crow & Quill.  Look Homeward, Angel
If there is a season that is most poignantly rich in Asheville, it’s not, as many would assume, fall—it’s spring. As locals, we’re lucky enough to watch nature breathe life anew into our tumbling hills, the rosy sheen of blossoms and the sharp green of growth blanketing the peaks and valleys. And if there’s a book that’s most poignantly rich in Asheville lore, it’s Thomas Wolfe’s Look Homeward, Angel. We’ll be exploring the rambling and voluble tale in our next Book Club, meeting May 9th (we’ve given you folks an extra week—we know this is an ambitious undertaking!). We’ll meet once again at The Crow & Quill from 7–9 pm for a specially–crafted cocktail and completely uncorked conversation.

Reserve your space below: