Tea Salon. Amelia Susan. InKY: all this week in Literary Louisville

The Derby festivities are over for the year and Louisvillians can breathe a sigh of relief and get back to the heart of the city, its arts.

Spalding University’s BFA in CREATIVE WRITING

presents

LITERARY (Tea)SALON!
Wednesday, May 7th @ HILLBILLY TEA @ 7:30 PM

Martha Greenwald!

Kate Welsh!

Martha Greenwald’s first collection of poetry, Other Prohibited Items, was the winner of the Mississippi Review Poetry Series. Her work has appeared in such journals as The Threepenny Review, Slate, Poetry, Best New Poets, The Sycamore Review and Shenandoah. She has held a Wallace Stegner Fellowship at Stanford and been awarded an Al Smith Fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council, among other honors.

Kate Welsh is writing and illustrating her first graphic novel, Believable Places. She earned an MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College in 2007. From 2008-2009 she worked as a columnist for the Louisville Eccentric Observer and continues to write freelance book reviews for them. Her column, “Yep I’m Gay,” was Louisville’s first queer-centered column in a mainstream paper

Thursday, May 8 at 1pm EST on artxfm.com, Keep Louisville Literary will host poet, Amelia Susan with readings and Q&A about her recent publication ‘The Hand that holds the Earth’

Amelia S. Robinson is an author, artist, teacher, and therapist. She has found writing to be a vital part of her life. She remembers writing even as a child. In addition to composing poems and stories, she creates visual and performance arts. She presents spoken word under the name Dawn’s Early Light and continues to work toward her dream of returning to the nature and country living that so deeply influenced her youth.
The Hand That Holds The Earth Book is the first publication of writing by Amelia S. Robinson. She presents this collection of poetry and prose with the intention of raising the vibration of love and magic in our daily lives and reminding us of the precious gifts of Earth and Spirit that surround us and are within us all.

 

On Friday, May 9, LLA’s InKY is pleased to host Sena Jeter Naslund, Erin Keane, and Ellyn Lichvar. A Q & A with the authors will follow. Open mic will begin at 7:00, and the three readers will begin at 7:20. Open mic readers, please arrive at Bard’s Town to sign-up at 6:45.

 

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