Fall readings start this week + the radio hour with Adriena Dame [9.4.14]

Thursday on the Radio hour on artFM (1pm EST), I’ll be chatting with Adriena Dame.

Adriena Dame is a military brat whose nomadic home life and extensive travels drive many of the themes she explores in her writing. She is a graduate of Spalding University’s brief-residency MFA in Writing Program, publishes 94 Creations, a literary journal, and teaches college writing and literature courses.



Adriena is also the featured writer for Subterranean Phrases this month (September 10)  and will be backed by the musical stylings of Nick Hill (Phourist and the Photons) http://insiderlouisville.com/lifestyle_culture/welcome-wild-world-phourist-photons/.

Lara Donnelly will open the evening with a short reading.

 Lara Elena Donnelly is a fantasy writer who hails from southwestern Ohio. She is a graduate of the Alpha SF/F/H Young Writers Workshop and will attend the Clarion Writers Workshop in summer 2012.Her writing is largely historical fantasy, urban fantasy, and fantasy of manners with lots of other things cropping up here and there.

bio from laradonnelly.com.

Here is a recent short fiction publication on Strange Horizons Fiction  http://www.strangehorizons.com/2014/20140707/chopin-f.shtml

open mic slots available.

Decca, 812 e. market st, Louisville, KY



Subterranean Phrases is next week

THIS week the Spalding BFA literary salon kicks off fall readings at Hillbilly Tea with the WORD HOTEL reading release party.  Featuring Kiki Petrosino. September 3, 730pm

Poet Kiki Petrosino was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the daughter of an African American mother and an Italian American father. She earned a BA from the University of Virginia, an MA in humanities from the University of Chicago, and an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She is the author of Fort Red Border (2009) and Hymn for the Black

Petrosino spent two years teaching English and Italian at a private school in Switzerland. She co-edits Transom and currently teaches at the University of Louisville.

bio from Poetry Foundation 



Friday [9.5.14] 5pm-7 at A Reader’s Corner, Leesa Cross Smith- Every Kiss A War- & Ashely Farmer-Beside Myself-  

Q&A by Erin Keane 


InKY also starts up their 2014/15 season next Friday, September 12th with Tyrone Williams and Lisa Williams. I’ll post more info here next week. Until then, check out there new website. http://louisvilleliterary.wix.com/louliteraryarts


Tune in to the radio hour on artFM Thursday at 1pm HERE 

and write on,

Rachel short



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