July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
Winter may now be officially over, but nothing can stop 21c’s famous, flamed-colored, frigid-weather, feathered friends (now THAT was an alliteration! Boo ya!) from flexing their poetry wings. Sarabande Books hosts its monthly Reading Series with poets Martha Rhodes and Sarah Gorham this Monday, March 26th, at 7:30pm.
There are a great many reasons why one should completely ignore “hype”. First of all, it is this writer’s opinion, that Hype holds a gentle hand with Hysteria (ok, let’s be fair, it’s usually squeezing fingers into purple oblivion). Hysterics rarely lead...
February 14, 2012 - 11:15am
Rising poetic talents from colleges throughout the state were honored this past Sunday with a round of prize money, applause and – of course – pie at Sarabande Books’ 2012 Pie Party.
There are few things in this mortal life that rival the richness of the written word. The elegant draping of stanza and meter, the quiet metaphor, the linguistic aplomb of syllables, the mouth feel of a particularly decadent alliteration. We can wax poetic about the poetic poetry of...
December 15, 2011 - 11:00am
Both a founder and Editor-in-Chief of Louisville’s own Sarabande Books, Poet Sarah Gorham sits down to talk books, words and the secrets of independent publishing.
A trip to The Bookstore can sometimes be a daunting endeavor in that ever-elusive quest for the right read. Bibliophages thirsty for their next word-fix often crumble in the face of the thousand titles vying for their attention on the shelf. Which to choose? Which venture to risk?
July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
The InKY Reading Series is this Friday at the Bard's Town and features Heather Summers, Sarah Gorham, and Michael Griffin after a short open mic session.
November 17, 2011 - 11:22am
A native poet and founder of Sarabande Books, Sarah Gorham released her newest collection of poetry, "Bad Daughter", this fall. Join her tonight, November 17th, at Carmichael’s for a look at the mischievous side of life.
The term “hysteria” can trace its rather curious roots back to the ancient Greeks. Often attributed to Hippocrates, “hysteria” began its journey to the modern English lexicon as a term used to describe the movements of a woman’s uterus as it flew about her body,...