Presented as part of The Jazz Factory’s Jazz & Spoken Word monthly series, the event will feature readings by an all-star cast of the region’s best-known writers, including poets Jane Gentry Vance (Kentucky’s Poet Laureate), Frank X Walker, Sarah Gorham, Leatha Kendrick, Kathleen Driskell, Maureen Morehead and Frederick Smock. Poems by Aleda Shirley, a former Louisvillian and cancer survivor now living in
Also reading will be Dr. Donald Miller, head of the
With support from Brown Cancer Center, U of L, Carmichael’s Bookstore and Spalding University’s MFA in Writing Program, Morehead has launched his Kentucky Books for Patients Project at the
Doors open at 5 p.m. at The Jazz Factory.
For more information, call 992-3242 during business hours or www.jazzfactory.us .
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