Spalding alum’s short story collection inches toward Southern Gothic
By Cyn Kitchen. Motes Books; 128 pgs., $25.
BBC Radio 4’s ‘Saturday Review’
My brother and I were sitting in a pub, criticizing the menu but praising the beer list.
Harriett Gilbert’s ‘The Strand’ and ‘World Book Club’
Late one Saturday night some six years ago, I was driving home from a party in Hoosierland and I did something I never, ever do: I went past my exit on I-64.
Dan Rhema becomes an artist after a near-death experience
I Close My Eyes To See: The Dan Rhema Story
By Dan Rhema and Kevin Wilson. Altered Vision Arts LLC; 145 pgs., $9.99 e-book.
Connecting writers, publishers and readers is key to kick-starting Louisville’s literary scene
There’s no doubt Louisville embraces the arts: vibrant local music scene, a ballet that boasts a yearly audience of 100,000, a theater company that claims twice that many patrons, as we
‘Desert Island Discs’
In Howard Jacobson’s novel, “The Finkler Question,” which won last year’s Booker Prize, the title character makes an appearance on BBC Radio 4’s “Desert Island D
‘WTF,’ ‘The Nerdist’ and ‘The Ricky Gervais Show’
Favorite comedy podcasts among LEO readers, according to my highly non-scientific survey of the demographic, are “WTF,” hosted by Marc Maron, and “The Nerdist,” hosted by Ch
Author comes to Sarabande Reading Series
The Cloud Corporation
By Timothy Donnelly. Wave Books; 153 pgs., $16.
Patton Oswalt expounds
Zombie Spaceship Wasteland
By Patton Oswalt. Scribner; 195 pgs., $24.
BBC Radio 3’s ‘Night Waves’
First of all, a shout-out to the many readers who have written in, phoned or stopped me in the street to enlighten me about podcasts I might be missing. It’s so swell to know you care!