Local artist known as Maplex Monk also features and interviews other creative people on his podcast "Sessions with Maplex". A quick interview uncovers how to get on his podcast and some insight to his creativity.
With the release of Marilyn Buck’s posthumously-released poetry collection, ‘Inside/Out’, Carmichael’s Bookstore and a group of local poets will gather this Thursday, June 21st at 7pm to honor the life and writing of the activist and poet.
The state’s largest reading series, featuring dozens of contemporary talents, will be held Saturday, May19th through Friday, May 25th.
It’s that time again! If it’s not already a regular on your outing radar, it should be. Check out the words of writers Charlotte Pence and Adam Prince as part of the InKY Reading Series at The Bard’s Town tomorrow, Friday, May 11th, at 8pm.
Round out National Poetry Month at 21c Museum Hotel as Sarabande Books presents the poets Nikky Finney and Bruce Smith tonight at 7:30pm.
Sub Rosa: The Gypsie Courtyard returns for a night of arts and entertainment networking and showcasing on April 27 at Bearno's.
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 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.
Louisville poet, professor and Mr. Sarabandist-O himself, Jeffrey Skinner, brings his latest release, ‘The 6.5 Practices of Moderately Successful Poets: A Self-Help Memoir’ to Carmichael’s Bookstore this Thursday, April 5th, at 7pm.
April is National Poetry Month, and Carmichael’s will start the celebration with a host of Kentucky poets featured in the anthology, ‘Bigger Than They Appear: Anthology of Very Short Poems’. Along with the books’ editor, Katerina Stoykova-Klemer, the poetic gang will be at the Frankfort Avenue store Sunday, April 1st at 4pm.
Fresh from her date tonight with 21c’s penguin paramours, poet and publisher, Martha Rhodes, will speak at the University of Louisville tomorrow, Tuesday, March 27th at noon as part of the Axton Reading Series.