November's series includes:
Cynthia Arrieu-King is an assistant professor of creative writing at Stockton College. Her book People are Tiny in Paintings of China was published by Octopus Books in the fall of 2010. Her poems have appeared in Boston Review, Black Warrior Review, Witness and Catch-Up Louisville. She grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, and now lives near Atlantic City.
Cutter Wood is a native of Pennsylvania. He received his MFA from the University of Iowa and taught at the university as visiting faculty. He has been the recipient of working scholarships to the Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference, and his work has appeared in The L and Harper’s Magazine. He is currently the Visiting Scholar in Creative Nonfiction at the University of Louisville.
Busted Soles, from the Eastern & Western Coal Fields of Kentucky whipped together by the tides of fate and time come a quartet stirring up stranged melodies with post-conventional attitudes.
|Belknap Fall Festival and Farmington Harvest Festival cap off Week in the Highlands [Family & Parenting]|
|Dining Out: Saying Cheese at Mozz [Food & Dining]|
|Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day: Bellarmine hosts Irish Fest this weekend [Colleges]|
|Gift giving: think outside the box|
|Dance Parties for Every Night of the Week in Louisville|
|Family Makerplace offers smart and affordable family fun making new things from old|
|Va Va Carnivale: Va Va Vixens show off their Big Top(s)|