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Kentucky writer events - October 6 - 9 , 2010

Old Letters and Quill
Old Letters and Quill
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Writers of Kentucky want to gather. There are not many of us and yet there are various programs, meetings, and get-togethers for writers of every category in the writing industry. Open mic days are available for song writers and poets, book releases, signings, Kentucky has it all.

Here is an incomprehensive list of some of the goings-on for writers in Kentucky:
 

  • Wednesday October 6 - Kentucky Poets: Richard Taylor, Susan Richards and Katerina Stoykova-Klemer, reading at the Scott County Arts & Cultural Center (Georgetown)
  • Wednesday October 6 - Thomas Freese will sign copies of Ghosts, Spirits and Angels and other titles. 10:30am-2:30pm. (Lexington - KACB Product Pavilion)
  • Friday October 8 - Libby Falk Jones reads poems from her recent chapbook, Above the Eastern Treetops, Blue, intertwined with original music by Jesse Wilhite. 7:30-8:30pm. (Berea - Berea Arts Council)
  • Friday October 8 - InKY Reading Series at The Bard's Town. Fiction by Paul Griner, author of The German Woman. Poetry by Renee Emerson, author of Something Like Flight, and music Sam Hadfield. Begins at 7:00 with an open mic. (Louisville)
  • October 8 & 9 - Susan Noe Harmon, will sign copies of her novel, Under the Weeping Willow, at The Country Music Store. 3:30--6:30pm. (Renfro Valley Entertainment)
  • October 8 & 9 - Grand Rivers Third Annual Storytelling Event, 7:00pm, Badgett Playhouse Theater. Mitch Capel & Michael Reno Harrell. Call the Box Office Today 888-362-4223for special ticket prices. (Grand Rivers)
  • Saturday October 9 - Eastern Kentucky University Professor Kelli Carmean signing Creekside: An Archaeological Novel. 2:00pm (Lexington - The Morris Book Shop)

Hang out with fellow writers, expand your writer’s platform as well as your writing knowledge and have some fun! Be sure to check back for a list of next week’s goings-on in Kentucky.

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