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
Former Colombian Senator, Ingrid Betancourt, was held captive in the Amazon jungle for six years by FARC guerrillas. With her book, Even Silence has an End, Betancourt will share her trials at the Library's Main branch tonight at 7pm.
After authoring her memoir, Composed, Rosanne Cash will participate in the "Great Conversations" television series Monday, September 26 at the Kentucky Center for the Arts
Tim Wise, a prominent antiracist author and educator, speaks out tonight on racism, prejudice and race relations facing America today.
Join former NPR host, Bob Edwards, as he promotes his new memoir A Voice in the Box: My Life in Radio at The Filson Historical Society, Thursday, September 22nd
Meet the mother of modern erotica. Follow the sordid business of Beate Uhse in Elizabeth Heineman's, Before Porn Was Legal: The Erotica Empire of Beate Uhse. Join Heineman this Thursday, September 22nd, at Carmichael's Bookstore for a truly sexy book signing.
This Wednesday, September 21st, marks the start of The Mayor's Book Club at the Louisville Free Public Library's Main branch. Sign up and read straight from the desk of Louisville's head honcho.
Carmichael's Bookstore will host a reading and book signing with Louisville native, Sallie Bingham, honoring her forthcoming book, Mending: New and Selected Stories, this Sunday, September, 18th!
Presentation students get a personal behind-the-scenes look at the "weird and wonderful road to becoming a bestselling author" from novelist Lisa Yee this Friday, September 16th
Visit the Science Center this week for your opportunity to catch a last glimpse of books and artifacts from C.S. Lewis' personal collection
Drop by The Bard's Town tonight at 7pm for a FREE dose of music and literature from regional talents
When's the last time you hugged your favorite bookstore? Louisville's oldest and hippest independent booksellers commemorate over 30 years of literature with age-appropriate discounts and stylin' new t-shirts