July 29, 2012 - 8:04pm
The University of Louisville invites you to step inside a literary time machine this week as the Axton Literary Festival explores time travel in the written word. The three day festival, featuring a multitude of speakers, workshops and activities, launches this Wednesday, April 11th and hopes to return to the present on Friday, April 13th.
There is Science. That great institution of grand theory and starched collars, stepping boldly with a keen mind and nerdy glasses into the new frontier of the “unknown”. There is Fiction. That great and playful deceiver, using lies and mimicry in the name of art...
October 31, 2011 - 1:43pm
The Louisville Review will exclusively publish Kentucky writers in this winter's issue. The submission deadline is tomorrow!
This winter season, The Louisville Review will crown itself with laurel. In the same fashion as the illustrious Greeks of old, the local literary magazine will don its poetic leaves; yes, the merriest wreath this Holiday will be one of words. In honor of Kentucky’s Poet Laureate,...
May 9, 2011 - 11:08am
Fiction, poetry, nonfiction, screenwriting and children's lit authors to speak
The Festival of Contemporary Writing, the state’s largest fall-spring reading series, will be held May 14-21 at Spalding University. The event will feature free readings by faculty, guests and alumni of Spalding University’s brief-residency Master of Fine Arts in Writing program. This...
March 25, 2011 - 8:24pm
What makes mobile technology so great is the simple fact that we can now capture memorable moments, on-the-go, and share them in a moments time. This week's memorable moment comes to us via Reddit, by way of Walden Books Louisville.
What makes mobile technology so great is the simple fact that we can now capture memorable moments, on-the-go, and share them in a moments time. This week's memorable moment comes to us via Reddit (submitted by: SuperRunaway1901), by way of Walden Books Louisville.
October 20, 2010 - 1:32pm
Are black cats really at risk of being stolen and hurt around Halloween?
A childhood friend in Cleveland would always be vigilant over her black cat every October and especially so on Halloween. She explained to me that ‘punks dabbling in Satan worship like to steal black cats around Halloween to use them to perform rituals’ or just torture the cats. Many pet...