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October 10, 2015

Danielle Dutton, who will lead the workshop "Dwelling in Uncertainty: How Uncertainty is Productive to Writing" at the Writer's Block Festival from 1 to 2:30 p.m., answers some questions about her writing, art and publishing.

 

1) Your workshop is about dwelling in uncertainty. Can you explain how uncertainty can be a productive starting-off point for writing? How has dwelling in uncertainty helped you in your own work?

 

Donald B...

September 16, 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.

 

 

Amy recommends: THE FINAL EMPIRE by Brandon Sanderson (Tor, 2006)...

September 9, 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.

 

Adam recommends: DEATH IN SPRING by Mercè Rodoreda, translated by M...

August 26, 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.

 

Erin recommends: I'LL GIVE YOU THE SUN by Jandy Nelson (Dial, 2014)

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August 19, 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.

 

Amy recommends: WOOL by Hugh Howey (Simon & Schuster, 2013)

Genre: F...

August 12, 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.

 

NOTE: The following review contains excerpts with explicit language

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August 5, 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.

 

Adam recommends: THE CLEARING by Philip White (Texas Tech Universit...

July 29, 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.

 

Adam recommends: NATURAL HISTORY by Dan Chiasson (Knopf, 2005)

Genre...

July 22, 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.

 

Amy recommends: THE QUEEN OF THE TEARLING by Erika Johansen (Harper...

July 15, 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.

 

Adam recommends: CROW: FROM THE LIFE AND SONGS OF THE CROW by Ted H...

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