September 26, 2011 - 9:15am
Meet up at 21c Museum Hotel for a chance to hear the words of poets Rachel Richardson and David Roderick - sharing the stage tonight at 7:30pm with folk artist, Joan Shelley
Reading a play can sometimes amount to a starched, odd experience.  As a reader you are inhaling the bones of imagined action, the skeleton of the movement and dynamic words of the actors on stage.  Sitting alone in a chair digesting directional prompts and character expressions is an...
September 21, 2011 - 9:30am
Join former NPR host, Bob Edwards, as he promotes his new memoir A Voice in the Box: My Life in Radio at The Filson Historical Society, Thursday, September 22nd
To a child, the drive from one end of the city to the other can seem a long and tedious journey.  Time is so very relative to us when we are young; those twenty minutes spent listlessly watching trees meld into a solid green line along the road might as well be hours long.  This effect...
September 20, 2011 - 9:30am
Meet the mother of modern erotica. Follow the sordid business of Beate Uhse in Elizabeth Heineman's, Before Porn Was Legal: The Erotica Empire of Beate Uhse. Join Heineman this Thursday, September 22nd, at Carmichael's Bookstore for a truly sexy book signing.
There is no room on my shelves for puritans (stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne and Arthur Miller do not count).  Worldviews that stifle a woman’s concept of her own sexuality and seek to demonize what should be pleasurable, are best relegated to the tinderbox, in my opinion.  But this...
September 16, 2011 - 9:30am
Carmichael's Bookstore will host a reading and book signing with Louisville native, Sallie Bingham, honoring her forthcoming book, Mending: New and Selected Stories, this Sunday, September, 18th!
“Art has, at its core, a highly individual, stubborn regard for truth. And only a few truths are pretty. ”  The idea of “Truth” is often used as a bright and shining banner in regards to morality, justice and faith.  An idiom easily blended with other pillars of...
September 9, 2011 - 9:24am
Drop by The Bard's Town tonight at 7pm for a FREE dose of music and literature from regional talents
Words left in the dark tend to be lonely.  Without an audience, a reader or perhaps only a sympathetic ear, talent rusts from disuse like an old hinge.  Writing needs to be shared, and The Writer needs to be showcased for their contributions to keeping the art of “storytelling...
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