April 20, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Kim recommends: BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS: LIFE, DEATH, AND HOP...

March 28, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Amy recommends: A WIND IN THE DOOR by Madeleine L'Engle (Farrar, St...

March 2, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Adam recommends: OUR FATHER IN THE YEAR OF THE WOLF by Dave Harrity...

February 24, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Alice recommends: A DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC by V.E. Schwab (Tor, 2015...

February 17, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Adam recommends: IGNATZ by Monica Youn (Four Way Books, 2010)

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February 10, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Erin recommends: THE LOVER'S DICTIONARY by David Levithan (Farrar,...

February 3, 2016

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Lynnell recommends: IRREPRESSIBLE: THE JAZZ AGE LIFE OF HENRIETTA B...

November 7, 2015

Steve Moulds, who leads the workshop "Beyond Banter: Dialogue as Storytelling" at the Writer's Block Festival on November 14, answers some questions about his craft:

 

1) When you co-wrote the serialized play The Stranger and Ludlow Quinn with Diana Grisanti for Theatre [502], what was your collaborative process like?

 

Oh, man. I feel like I could write an entire article on how Ludlow Quinn came to be—because it was a year-long e...

November 1, 2015

 

Kelly Creagh, who will lead the workshop "People, Place and Beings: The Spices of an Intriguing Read," at the Writer's Block Festival on November 14, answers some questions about her writing craft.

 

1) Your workshop is about creating strong, believable characters within a fantastic, enchanting setting. What are some of the techniques you’ll be discussing in your workshop that will help a writer improve his or her character and...

October 21, 2015

At Louisville Literary Arts, we all love to read. But our interests in literature are as varied as hats on Derby Day. Some of us gravitate toward poetry, while others prefer an epic novel. A few of us love reading creative nonfiction. In this space, we recommend recent books we've read, and hope that you'll find something just right for your reading list.

 

Roberta recommends: OBLIVION by Kelly Creagh (Atheneum, 2015)

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