October 16, 2012 - 3:58pm
Kentucky Historian, James Klotter, discusses ‘Bluegrass Renaissance’ at The Fils
Join state historian, James Klotter, as he speaks on the history of central Kentucky, and presents the rich culture of the region with his new book, ‘Bluegrass Renaissance’. Catch him this Thursday, October 18th, at 6pm at The Filson Historical Society.
I’m tired.  With perhaps a little more nuance than usual, my friends.  This woman’s heart is a landscape of potholes at the moment, and I feel like a lonely body eclipsed by a gray, lunar surface whenever it beats.  It’s getting bad, kids.  Real, real bad....
October 12, 2012 - 10:56am
Kentucky writer Georgia Green Stamper presents as keynote speaker for Writer’s D
It’s a busy, buzzing literary weekend, friends! Eat your Wheaties and join Georgia Green Stamper at Jefferson Community and Technical College as she delivers the keynote address for tomorrow’s Writer’s Day Conference.
Life gets busy.  And painful.  And complicated.  And many other adjectives that bear no explanation.  Pondering the meaning of human existence is something to which I’ve devoted many hours of late night solitude and a furious many clove cigarettes (they’re just so...
October 11, 2012 - 3:09pm
Get into the spooky spirit at children’s storytime with author Thomas Freese at
The time to collect candy is closing in – embrace a little of the dark side a little early as master storyteller and author, Thomas Freese, brings his latest book, ‘Shaker Spirits, Shaker Ghosts’, to children’s storytime at A Reader’s Corner this Saturday, October 13th, at 11am.
It’s already the 11th of October.  I shouldn’t need to remind you of this – you, my most dear and affectionate readers, probably have decent access to correct calculations of time and date.  This is 2012.  We know how to do this stuff really super well now –...
October 10, 2012 - 11:28am
Local poets Maureen Morehead and Sue Terry Driskell brings their latest collecti
Cooler weather calls for rich words. Drop by Carmichael’s Bookstore tonight, Wednesday, October 10th, as local poets Maureen Morehead and Sue Terry Driskell present their newest literary releases at 7pm.
I just finished a very delicious slice of pumpkin cheesecake.  It’s one of those rare and perfect moments in human existence – when the experience is so harmoniously wonderful that you must simply close your eyes and be released.  Dessert is very sensual.  I almost always...
October 2, 2012 - 11:20am
Toga Party or book signing? Michael Williams reads from and signs "Vine: An Urba
U of L professor and author Michael Williams will be offering a Q & A session in addition to reading and signing his latest book "Vine: An Urban Legend", which is described as greek tragedy meets urban legend. Although paper tragedie masks are provided to the first 75 to arrive, people are encouraged to bring their own toga.
Michael Williams is a Humanities professor at the University of Louisville who will be reading and signing his book  Vine: An Urban Legend in the Chao Auditorium located in the lower level of the Ekstrom Library on Tuesday, October 2 at 6 p.m. The book is described as "greek tragedy...
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