November 17, 2011 - 11:22am
A native poet and founder of Sarabande Books, Sarah Gorham released her newest collection of poetry, "Bad Daughter", this fall. Join her tonight, November 17th, at Carmichael’s for a look at the mischievous side of life.
The term “hysteria” can trace its rather curious roots back to the ancient Greeks. Often attributed to Hippocrates, “hysteria” began its journey to the modern English lexicon as a term used to describe the movements of a woman’s uterus as it flew about her body,...
July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
Most people are not aware of the awesome amount of poetic talent residing in Louisville or the many events where poetry lovers of all styles from hip hop to classical can get together or perform.
Although it may be a little segregated or fragmented, Louisville has a pretty strong spoken word and poetry scene which is surprising to most people. It may be a little more known that we are home to one of the few remaining beat poets Ron Whitehead) or a national touring and ...
November 12, 2011 - 8:11pm
Join Lynnell Edwards at Carmichael's Bookstore tomorrow, November 12th, for an afternoon of dynamic words; her latest poetry collection, Covet, is on sale now.
Humans like things. It is no secret that our elevated Sapien race is a collective fan of objects – beautiful, valuable, interesting, unusual. Most of us boast a physical collection of some sort – jewelry, buttons, pens, posters, cats and things of other, and sometimes more...
November 10, 2011 - 2:02pm
It's that time of the month again. The InKY Reading Series puts some poetic spark in your Friday night with hot tunes and cool poets.
The days are growing darker. As our star slips farther away from us and our nights sink deeper into velvet, it’s difficult to resist that primordial urge to hibernate on the couch with a hot beverage and a comfort film (homemade caramel apple cider and Charlie Chaplin are a winning...
July 29, 2012 - 7:00pm
"SuperPoet" Truth B. Told returns home to Louisville to release fifth album.
National-touring spoken word artist Truth B. Told returns home to Louisville for an album release on Friday, November 11 at Jazzy Blu Cafe, which is in the basement of the Glassworks building.