Poets Brett Eugene Ralph and Norman “Buzz” Minnick launch the 2012 season of the InKY Reading Series this Friday, January 13th, at The Bard’s Town
With roots in the Bluegrass, actress and young-adult novelist, Alecia Whitaker, brings her new book, "The Queen of Kentucky", to Carmichael’s this Friday, January 13th, at 7pm
As Baby Boomers begin that graceful swan dive into the golden years, the Library presents a discussion about physical wellbeing with Dr. Bryant Stamford on Wednesday, January 11th, as part of the special health and wellness series, Boom Time
The author of two additional acclaimed collections of poetry creates simplistic perfection in his latest volume from Louisville’s Sarabande Books.
The beloved author and illustrator of more than 100 children’s books comes to life with the exhibition "In a Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak" opening tomorrow, January 4th, at the Main branch
I read. A lot. And you should too! Make it your New Year’s Resolution to expand your literary horizons with these top 5 picks from my own personal reading list.
The Short Story gets a raw and fearless revamp from Horrocks’ first collection of short stories published by Louisville’s Sarabande Books
There’s always room for a little more Holiday spirit! Join in the discussion tomorrow, December 21st, at the Louisville Library’s Main branch as the Mayor’s Book Club revisits this seasonal classic.
The times they are a changin’. Like it or not, the popularity of eReaders is growing amongst our fellow citizens; now, the Library jumps on the bandwagon with free eBooks newly available for members
Both a founder and Editor-in-Chief of Louisville’s own Sarabande Books, Poet Sarah Gorham sits down to talk books, words and the secrets of independent publishing.
Members of The Filson Historical Society, rejoice! Actors Theatre performer, William McNulty, will participate in a free reception and special reading of Truman Capote’s "A Christmas Memory" starting tonight at 5pm.
This is not Pottery Barn. Join Warren and Julie Payne as they present their new book, "Clear as Mud: Early 20th Century Kentucky Art Pottery", at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow at noon.