Acclaimed Kentucky poet Maurice Manning captures the lost world of rural America
When Maurice Manning was working his first job out of college in the early ’90s, he used to grab a cup of coffee most mornings at a little greasy spoon near the Centre College campus in
Historian Michael Veach traces bourbon’s heritage in ‘Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey’
Michael Veach stands up from behind the stacks of books on the table and clinks a pocketknife against a snifter glass.
The Bloggess releases ‘Let’s Pretend This Never Happened’
Best known as “The Bloggess,” the irreverent and unpredictable Jenny Lawson is a blogger and author of the book “Let’s Pretend This Never Happened,” which relates thro
Commentator loses focus on his path
‘Every Day is an Atheist Holiday’
Written by Penn Jillette. Blue Rider Press; 288 pgs., $25.95.
In new book, reporter Jonathan Katz examines what went wrong
As the only full-time U.S.
A new view of the real Franz Kafka
‘Kafka in Love’
By Jacqueline Raoul-Duval. Other Press; 288 pgs., $15.95.
What keeps the bonds of family strong? Security, trust and support rank high, of course. But many would also add that a sense of place is important.
Brian Michael Till has interviewed some of the most powerful people on the planet
For most soon-to-be college graduates, the road often traveled involves either a summer backpacking through a foreign country or worrying about how to pay off their Titanic-sized student loan debt.
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By Alice Munro
Knopf, 319 pgs., $26.95
A look at rhetoric and how to speak like a world leader
‘Words Like Loaded Pistols: Rhetoric from Aristotle to Obama’
By Sam Leith. Basic Books; 312 pgs., $26.99.