The man who made your childhood dreams a reality left the world today, Tuesday, May 8th.
Round out National Poetry Month at 21c Museum Hotel as Sarabande Books presents the poets Nikky Finney and Bruce Smith tonight at 7:30pm.
What could be the perfect follow up to celebrating the care of Mother Earth? No, sorry, but cheese is an excellent guess.
Author, teacher and Sarabandista, Kirby Gann, will share his latest literary release, ‘Ghosting’, tomorrow afternoon, Saturday, April 21st at Carmichael’s Bookstore. Stop by at 4pm – you’ve got hours to kill before all that nonsense at the waterfront.
The Mayor’s Book Club turns to the arid and unforgiving landscape of the American desert as the poignant true story behind ‘The Devil’s Highway’ is discussed for April’s meeting, this upcoming Wednesday, the 18th at noon.
Join author, professor and political forecaster, Larry J. Sabato, as he shares his thoughts on the 2012 election season tomorrow evening, Tuesday, April 17th, at The Filson Historical Society at 6:30pm
The author of over 1,300 poems, Lee Pennington will give a free reading in honor of National Poetry Month in the Bingham Poetry Room at UofL’s Ekstrom Library. Catch him this Monday, April 16th, at 3pm.
Friday the 13th is luckier than you think! Push your superstitions aside and step out for this month’s InKY Reading Series as poets Adam Day and Brian Barker flex their literary muscles at The Bard’s Town this Friday, April 13th, at 8pm.
The latest installment in the popular ‘Death by…’ Series will be released this upcoming Thursday, April 12th. Grab your copy of Keam’s new ‘Death By Bridle’ and catch up with mystery hero, Josiah Reynolds.
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.
In preparation for Earth Day, oceanographer and author, Sylvia Earle, presents her book, ‘The World is Blue’ at Bellarmine University’s Frazier Hall tomorrow, April 10th, at 7:30pm.
With next week, April 8th – 14th, marking National Library Week, nationally acclaimed writer, Bobbie Ann Mason, will visit the Media Center at Floyd Central High School this Monday, April 9th beginning at 11am.