Attention all Travelers, Armchair Adventurers, and Trivia Enthusiasts. We’ll take a virtual journey around the world, challenging contestants to recall trivia “factoids” from nearly every culture and continent on the globe. Enjoy the unscripted wit, team humor, and community spirit inspired by such challenging questions
Young humans, come out and get your story on! Please join us for a very special storytime with Stephanie Morgan, author of the Hey, Blue! series of books set on Greenville’s own Swamp Rabbit Trail. Stephanie is a gifted writer, a super-engaging reader, and we’re excited to have her in the store.
$10 per plate. No reservations necessary
We're celebrating some great chefs in our area who are throwing down some darn good food. Giving these chefs a homebase in downtown Greenville gives you a chance to stop by and savor their creative fare. The rules are simple...one dish, one price and only available while it lasts! And remember... for just one night!
Taylor Brown is one of our favorite Southern authors to come along lately, and his debut novel, Fallen Land, has become a Civil War standard on our bookshelves. We are super excited to welcome him back with his second book, The River of Kings.
Told in three braided timelines, this is the story of two brothers paddling back against the past to spread their father’s ashes on Georgia’s Altamaha River. It’s also the story of that father’s secret life, the history of the river itself, and the monsters that lurk beneath the surface. A powerful, beautifully-crafted book that illuminates place in a singular, indelible way.
Taylor grew up on the Georgia coast. His work has appeared in a wide range of publications, including The North Carolina Literary Review, The Southwest Review, The Baltimore Review, Chautauqua, Garden & Gun, The Rumpus, CutBank, storySouth, and many others. An Eagle Scout, he graduated from the University of Georgia in 2005. He settled in Wilmington, NC, after long stints in Buenos Aires, San Francisco, and the mountains of North Carolina. He is the editor-in-chief of BikeBound.com, and he enjoys old motorcycles, thunderstorms, and White Dog Mash #1.
Meet Mary Camilla Judson, the namesake of the store. She is the patron saint of book lovers and boundary pushers.
A bookstore that is a literary hub is, to some, a necessity to a vibrant community. M.Judson is ready to be that hub.