Spotlighting Kentuckians restoring health and culture to the Bluegrass, local author, Kelly Van Winkle, Campbell presents her new book, ‘Saving Kentucky: Greening the Bluegrass’ at Locust Grove, tomorrow, Wednesday, May 23rd, at 7pm.
The writer and journalist discusses China’s plans for aeronautics in his latest book ‘China Airborne’. Join him at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch tomorrow evening, Wednesday, May 23rd, at 7pm.
Southern Indiana teens can expect to earn more than just brain cells from picking up a book with this summer’s reading program.
Grab a shovel and prepare thy shelter! Sarabande Books presents a reading of reckoning at this month’s 21c Reading Series with the Four Short Story Writers of the Apocalypse. The book bomb drops tonight, Monday, May 21st, at 7:30pm.
University of Louisville associate professor of history, A. Glenn Crothers, will present his new book, ‘Quakers Living in the Lion’s Mouth’, at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow, Tuesday, May 22nd, at 6pm.
Join Rebecca Heishman at Carmichael’s Bookstore this Monday, May 21st as she reads from her new account of a plucky rescued pup, ‘The Misadventures of Millie’, at 7pm.
Ready for some sassy pantaloons? The Jane Austen Society will host the Regency fashions of Betsy Bashore at Historic Locust Grove this coming Sunday, May 20th at 2pm.
The state’s largest reading series, featuring dozens of contemporary talents, will be held Saturday, May19th through Friday, May 25th.
Join fellow Louisvillian Andrew V. McNeill for the launch of his first novel at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Wednesday, May 16th at 7pm.
The best of the Bluegrass’s literary ladies will convene this weekend, Saturday, May 16th, for the 6th annual Kentucky Woman’s Book Festival held at UofL’s Ekstrom Library.
Nationally-renowned writer, Sallie Bingham, returns to the Bluegrass as she presents her newest release, ‘The Blue Box: Five Lives in Letters’, exploring the dramatic life of her four times Great-Grandmother, Margaret Haskins. Catch her at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow night, Tuesday, May 15th, at 6pm.
Like any good lover, Louisville has a secret past. Journey into the darkened alleys of River City’s more scandalous tales of old as author and historian Keven McQueen shares his new book, ‘Louisville Murder and Mayhem’ tomorrow, Saturday, May 12th, at 4pm.