April 19, 2013 - 4:31pm
Indiana native, Brian Kimberling, brings his debut novel to Carmichael’s
With his first book, Snapper, author Brian Kimberling explores the eccentricities of his own roots in backwater Indiana. Join him this Sunday, April 21st, for a special reading and signing at Carmichael’s bookstore starting at 4pm.
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April 19, 2013 - 1:11pm
Carmichael’s celebrates National Poetry Month with Louisville Poets
Experience the love of poetry from local pens. Join Carmichael’s tomorrow, Saturday, April 20th, as they welcome Jeffrey Skinner, Frederick Smock and Jerriod Avant for a special Poetry Month reading at 4pm. Because Thunder is really awful. No - really.
I am exhausted.  All the parts of a human that can wear thin and fall into a thousand pieces at your feet are doing that. 
April 12, 2013 - 4:27pm
Cynthia Ellingsen brings a novel of nuptials to Carmichael’s with ‘Marriage Matt
Join Lexington author Cynthia Ellingsen tomorrow Saturday, April 13th, for a special reading and signing of her novel of love and marriage, ‘Marriage Matters’. The “I Do” does starting at 4pm.
My context for everything is the end of my days as “Mrs.
April 12, 2013 - 11:41am
InKY Reading Series celebrates National Poetry Month tonight at The Bard’s Town
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.
I bit my lip on March 15th.  That’s the ides of March.  That’s when Julius Caesar was stabbed and stained the floor with blood and stained history with blood and co
April 8, 2013 - 11:18am
Lee Shai Weissbach discusses small-town Jewish communities at UofL
As part of the Naamani Memorial Lecture Series, University of Louisville history scholar, Lee Shai Weissbach will present on Jewish cultures in small-town America tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9th, at 7:30pm
My great-grandma had the most beautiful first name: Leona.  Gosh.  That is a word that rolls up the tongue and then unfurls it like a red carpet.  And with a flick at the very end wi