Mary Popham 12-5 and Cutter Williams 12-12 on KLL RADIO

Tune in to Keep Louisville Literary this Thursday at 1pm when Rachel Short will host author Mary Popham (MFA, Spalding) whose first novel “Back Home in Landing Run” was published in October. Mary’s essays, poetry, and stories have appeared in New Southerner, Appalachian Heritage, and the Louisville Review.

Cutter Williams, editor of Calvacade literary magazine, will join me Next Thursday December 12 at 1pm to discuss the future of Calvacade, read some contributors  (past contributors include Ryan Davis CO of Sophomore Lounge records and organizer of Cropped Out music fest annualy here in Louisville, and other notable locals) and also some work of his own. Cutter is a returning Louisvillian eager to showcase local writers. Calvacade is accepting submissions for poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction until Jan. 15th. Tune in to Keep Louisville Literary every Thursday at 1pm on http://www.artxfm.com and support your local literary arts and artists!

(p.s. ARTxFM is currently in the running for our very own FM frequency which will allow us to reach most of the metro area. Keep an eye peeled for the day you can tune in on your car stereo, etc. and wish us luck!)

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POET MATT HART TODAY ON KLL RADIO!

Today on Keep Louisville Literary [the radio show] I’ll be speaking with Matt Hart author of Wolf Face (H_NGM_N, 2010) Sermons and Lectures Both Blank and Relentless (Typecast Publishing, 2011), Debacle, Debacle (H_NGM_N, 2013) and Radiant Action (forthcoming from Typecast Publishing 2014). Stream the show live at http://www.artxfm.com @ 1pm! I’ll also be dropping more tracks from his post-punk band TRAVEL! Matt is also an educator at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and editor-in-chief at the journal he co-founded Forklift, Ohio: A Journal of Poetry, Cooking & Light Industrial Safety.