February 21, 2013 - 4:48pm
L. Andrew Cooper runs Facebook contest with release of new horror book Burning t
What would you do with mind control powers? Answer to be eligible to win!
Local author L. Andrew Cooper says that he would sneak to watch horror films as a kid and then keep his parents up all night with his nightmares. He's been fascinated with horror since he was very young and is now a member of the Horror Authors Association. He recently released a new horror...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Art and Activism come together as Makalani Bandele releases Hellfightin', his new collection of poems from Willow Books.
Makalani Bandele will be releasing Hellfightin', his collection of poetry from Willow books  at the Frankfort Avenue Carmichael's Bookstore on Thursday, October 27 at 7 p.m. The event is presented by Carmichael's bookstore and Spalding's BFA program and will also be featuring...
March 14, 2011 - 9:41am
Come hear 610 Magnolia Chef Edward Lee and author friend Chang-Rae Lee dish about writing and food and taste some delicious Korean-inspired samples. Chef Lee and author Lee will be at Carmichael's on Monday to talk about writing and cooking and how they both inspire creativity.
To me, writing and cooking are the perfect combination, and you can enjoy the best of both worlds on Monday, March 14, at 7 p.m., at Carmichael’s on Frankfort Avenue, when award-winning author Chang-Rae Lee and renowned chef Edward Lee team up for a discussion on the creative process. Chang-Rae Lee...
July 29, 2012 - 8:06pm
Author of "The Great Louisville Tornado of 1890" heads to Carmichael's
There's this fascinating new book out titled "The Great Louisville Tornado of 1890," and the author, Keven McQueen — a professor at Eastern Kentucky University — will be at Carmichael's Bookstore (2720 Frankfort Ave.) 4 p.m. Saturday to discuss the most devastating tornado in Louisville's...
July 29, 2012 - 8:06pm
Clyde Crews' "Crossings: Historical Journeys near Louisville's Merton Square" provides nice snapshots of our city's history. Not a reader? No sweat. The book will also look great on your coffee table.
Downtown Louisville's Merton Square is at the intersection of Fourth and Walnut streets, and it's where, in 1958, the well-known Trappist monk Thomas Merton — who spent some time in Louisville — says he was struck with a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of all people. Whoa. That's deep...
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