December 12, 2012 - 2:28pm
This is it. The final InKY poetry jam of the year – possibly the last for all time. Starting at 6:30pm, join writers Rodney Wittwer and Margaret McMullan at The Bard’s Town this Friday, December 14th.
Today is Frank Sinatra’s birthday. That’s it. There’s nothing more important that I’m going to write for December 12, 2012. Whatever follows this simple, clipped sentence is just simply going to fall flat and pale onto the floor. A puddle of oatmeal....
December 11, 2012 - 9:55pm
Women Who Write
Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012
Members of Women Who Write who published in this year's
Calliope will read some of their work, and meet the public.
This is a great opportunity to buy books and learn about Women Who Write.
A Reader's Corner...
December 11, 2012 - 9:54pm
Saturday, December 15
11:00AM - 12:30PM
Several Black Wyrm Press authors will be at A Reader's Corner to read from and sign their works.
L. Andrew Cooper: Burning the Middle Ground, Monsters, Dario Argento, Gothic Realities
Ian Harac: Medic, The Rainbow Connection
Christopher Kokoski: Past...
December 11, 2012 - 3:09pm
That’s a helluva hoppin’ title, isn’t it? Regardless of how well you’ve got life by the reins, maybe a little extra planning is still up your alley. Financial planner, Matt Dicken, has got some thoughts here. Join him at the Summit location of Barnes & Noble this Saturday, December 15th, at 2pm as he presents his new book.
It’s ok.No – really, listen up here because this is a moment that we’re about to have over the internet. We’re going to have a moment in the way these moments are meant to be had: faceless, nameless and devoid of feedback or acknowledgement. We’re going to...
December 11, 2012 - 3:03pm
Aravind Adiga’s book, ‘The White Tiger’ takes center stage at this month’s meeting of The Mayor’s Book Club at the Louisville Free Public Library. Get your lunch and get your read on at the Main branch, this Wednesday, December 12th at noon.
“Rare” is word that I like to use. When I should see fit. But I apply it sparingly, thoughtfully, with a delicate hand – rarely. It’s a spiky thing to put in a sentence – “rare” – prickly, maybe a little painfully hot in some places...