January 18, 2013 - 3:51pm
Ink to parchment went down 200 years ago and ‘Pride & Prejudice’ was born. The Jane Austen Society of Louisville jumpstarts the anniversary this Sunday, January 20th, with the meeting “Reliving the ‘Pride & Prejudice’ Tour”. Locust Grove. 2pm. There will be tea.
Nobody in London likes pigeons. You can tell because of the spikes. You’ve seen pigeon spikes before – even Louisville has them. But the breed of spike in London is of a nature far more severe and serious than any thin fan of needles we may use. These are...
January 18, 2013 - 1:06pm
How long has it been since we’ve put on poetry pants? Too long? I think so. Join poet Katerina Stoykova-Klemer at Carmichael’s Bookstore this Sunday, January 20th, as she headlines a special reading and signing and shares her new collection, ‘The Porcupine of Mind’ at 4pm.
Once upon a time, I lived in a very nicely painted bubble. Like a lot of the best bubbles on Earth, mine glistened in the light, metallic rainbows wormed on the surface and we were weightless together. I practically had my own planet. I was in love with my bubble. The...
January 17, 2013 - 11:29am
Join the fine folks at Carmichael’s Bookstore tonight, Thursday, January 17th, for a special reading and signing with author Leah Stewart honoring her new novel, ‘The History of Us’. Doors open at 7pm.
I once wrote the line “we never pass the same strangers twice on the street”. Or something arranged like that. It probably sounded more profound. Especially with context. But it happened once. And it stuck with me through all these years and pops into my...
January 16, 2013 - 7:16pm
On Friday, March 1st at 7 PM, Carmichael's welcomes Louisville writer and U of L professor L. Andrew Cooper for a signing and discussion of his new book "Burning the Middle Ground," a character-driven dark fantasy set in small-town America. Please join us!
January 16, 2013 - 1:17pm
An exclusive look behind the scenes with the upcoming newest Nicholas Sparks adaptation.
I want you to look at the above movie poster. It's the one that says Safe Haven. Ignore the title of this article for a moment, and guess on whose book this film is based. Here's a hint. Look at the poster for The Lucky One. The Last Song. Nights in Rodanthe. The Notebook. Not a lot of...