"SuperPoet" Truth B. Told returns home to Louisville to release fifth album.
The Louisville Review will exclusively publish Kentucky writers in this winter's issue. The submission deadline is tomorrow!
Art and Activism come together as Makalani Bandele releases Hellfightin', his new collection of poems from Willow Books.
This is it. Tonight's the night. Poets, Nicole Ruth Cooley and Kevin Prufer will round out the 2011 season of Sarabande's 21c Reading Series. Don't miss it!
Dust off your poetry pants (everyone should have a pair) and don your cuff links! The InKY Reading Series presents authors Kevin Wilson and Catherine Bowman at The Bard's Town this Friday, October 14th
Louisville poets and musicians joined forces with hundreds of thousands all over the globe in 95 different countries to bring awareness to social, environmental and political change.
Meet up at 21c Museum Hotel for a chance to hear the words of poets Rachel Richardson and David Roderick - sharing the stage tonight at 7:30pm with folk artist, Joan Shelley
Drop by The Bard's Town tonight at 7pm for a FREE dose of music and literature from regional talents
Author Adam Clay will present this Monday night, August 29, at the popular monthly poetry series hosted by Sarabande Books. Stop by after work for your dose of culture!
Spoken word artist Touch Armour Class hosts a spoken word poetry open mic at Derby City Espresso on the second Wednesday of every month.
Performance poet Madison West will be releasing her cd "Wannabe" tonight at Jazzy Blu Cafe as part of the monthly poetry night by 30 Something Entertainment, which often has standing room only. The doors open at 7 p.m. and the cover is $10. (Dress to impress.)
The new documentary Louder than a Bomb hit Louisville this month as part of a project put together by Jeffersontown High School's arts & humanities departments. Students were left inspired and excited by performance poetry. Film subject Nate Marshall was also flown in from Chicago to visit and conduct workshops with young poets.