What the Lexington-based scholar teaches us about our world
Guy Davenport came to teach English at the University of Kentucky in 1963.
“I saw in Guy, I think for the first time in my life, someone who seemed completely alive.” —Erik Reece, from his new book “An Americ
Chuck Dixon may not be a household name, unlike several of the characters he’s depicted in a comic book career that spans nearly three decades.
Staring at a mountain of local authors’ requests for reading events this past May, Carmichael’s Bookstore owner Carol Besse had a eureka! moment: 10 events, al
The Complete Guide to Kentucky State Parks
Brett Eugene Ralph’s poetry rebellion
An old adage warns against judging a book by its cover, but in the case of Kentuckian Brett Eugene Ralph’s debut book of poetry, “Black Sabbatical,” the cover is a direct represen
‘Janeites’ give Deadheads a run for their money
It is a truth universally acknowledged — that a brilliant writer in possession of a large collection of critically acclaimed work must be in want of a dedicated fan base.
Lest you think Mitch McConnell is the least interesting person in the world, Louisville author and C-J columnist John David Dyche comes along with the first major political biography of the S
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