The Writer’s Block Festival, March of the Dimes Signature Chefs Auction, bourbon appreciation, “Three Decembers” and so much more.
Head to The Bard's Town for this month's InKY Reading Series!
Here's the lean on a Slant Culture Theatre Festival spoken word event.
After a day of experiencing the good kind of writer's block, you may be able to better combat its evil twin.
The Bard’s Town lounge slowly filled as people trickled to dark tables with their drinks, while the small wooden stage was illuminated by twinkling red Christmas lights loosely wrapped around the industrial heating pipes. One by one, people approached the microphone – some nervous, some eager, some holding paper, some note-free. They recited haikus, sonnets, open letters, verses on love, and a particular poem which consistently referenced the Woody Allen movie, “Sleeper.”
The Bard’s Town is full of bards again tonight, folks! Kick off National Poetry Night with poets Mitchell L.H. Douglas and Marcus Wicker for the April installment of the InKY Reading Series tonight, Friday, April, 12th, at 7pm.
Spotlighting the performance of Spoken Word art, the month’s InKY Reading Series will feature Truth B. Told, James Wallace and contributors from The Moth. Stop by The Bard’s Town tonight for true poetry performance.
There’s something just so good about a fresh season of readings. Let’s do it! Louisville Literary Arts hosts writer Will Lavender tonight at The Bard’s Town for its first round of the InKY Reading Series at 6:30pm.
This is it. The final InKY poetry jam of the year – possibly the last for all time. Starting at 6:30pm, join writers Rodney Wittwer and Margaret McMullan at The Bard’s Town this Friday, December 14th.
Yes, my dears, it’s really, really been a month already! Bust a move down to The Bard’s Town for a cold weather dose of smooth literary jams as the InKY Reading Series presents Lynn Pruett and Ellen Birkett Morris tomorrow night, Friday, November 9th, starting at 7:30pm
Poetry doesn’t always need to be airy-fairy (and if you read any at all, you’ll know it usually isn’t in real life). National Poetry Slam champion, Anis Mojgani will bring his flow of words center stage as part of UofL’s Axton Reading Series, featured as a keynote speaker tomorrow, Saturday, October 13th, at this Writer’s Block Festival.
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