September 14, 2011 - 10:30am
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
In the movies, the creative process of aspiring writers and careworn authors is often treated to the time-saving humor of a montage.  Snowballs of crumpled paper pile around the corner wastebasket, comical mutterings and wild gesticulations punctuate the writer’s frustration, pens...
September 12, 2011 - 1:03pm
Visit the Science Center this week for your opportunity to catch a last glimpse of books and artifacts from C.S. Lewis' personal collection
Chances are there are very few shelves in world devoid of the land of Narnia.  Perhaps one of the most popular and globally recognized imaginary kingdoms ever penned, The Chronicles of Narnia and the work of C.S.
September 9, 2011 - 10:24am
Drop by The Bard's Town tonight at 7pm for a FREE dose of music and literature from regional talents
Words left in the dark tend to be lonely.  Without an audience, a reader or perhaps only a sympathetic ear, talent rusts from disuse like an old hinge.  Writing needs to be shared, and The Writer needs to be showcased for their contributions to keeping the art of “storytelling...
July 29, 2012 - 7:54pm
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
I am proud to Keep Louisville Weird.  There can be no greater compliment for a city than streets alive with quirky patrons and storefronts papered with local love.  A city is its people, and Louisville is lucky to breed citizens with such an ardent taste for hometown loyalty.  With...
September 5, 2011 - 10:05am
Southern Indiana author Frank Bill bleeds the local sins of the community in his book Crimes in Southern Indiana: Stories. Catch him in the act at Carmichael's Bookstore on Wednesday, September 7.
There has been a long held tradition of romanticizing the humid nights and fast horseflesh of this region’s fame.  Front porch swings, voices like butter and maybe a little dash or two of bourbon in the sweet tea, have all leant themselves to the glossy pages of magazines and the pens of...