This Thursday on artXfm at 1pm I’ll be chatting with Mark Lee Webb and Deborah Hazlett about their collaborative efforts on the newest issue of A Narrow Fellow. Mark, the editor of Narrow Fellow, selected N D Hazlett to create works of art based on the poems selected for the issue.
“Deborah Hazlett enjoyed fifteen years of costume work in New York, where her experiences ran the gamut from shopper to dyer and painter to designer’s assistant to costume designer. As a member of USA Local 829, she had the pleasure of designing and styling clothes for over thirty television, film, theatre and commercial productions. Today,she applies her design talents to dressing up the pages of the theatre journal TD&T and books published by Broadway Press. Her award- winning paintings have been exhibited in regional and national shows in and around Louisville, KY.”
The release party for the event is this Friday, 7pm, Open Gallery. Event PAGE
‘A NARROW FELLOW Fall 2014 Launch Party and Show: “Revealing The Art of Poetry” featuring the art of N D Hazlett and poems from the Fall 2014 issue of A NARROW FELLOW Friday December 5 7p-11p at The Open Gallery, 2801 S. Floyd Louisville KY. Live music, bar, poetry, art, and friends. Come and party with us!!!!”
Other events this week:
Tomorrow: Wednesday, December 3rd, 7pm : Spalding BFA salon at Hillbilly Tea featuring: Merle Bachman, Adriena Dame, Lynnell Edwards, and Makalani Bandele.
Spalding BFA salon at Hillbilly Tea featuring: Merle Bachman, Adriena Dame, Lynnell Edwards, and Makalani Bandele.
On Friday, December 5th, you’ll have to make a choice between ‘Reveling the Art of Poetry’, The A Narrow Fellow release and a reading at McQuixote Books and Coffee, a evening with the Bone Man. Event PAGE
Friend and poet, Ron Whitehead, will proffer up his unmistakable blend of poetry and inspiration to us this night. His words are built from the workings of clocks and limestone rocks.
Select a coffee or tea suitable to your mood and turn an ear to the Bone Man. Be ready for a ride through the hills of Kentucky to the fjords of Scandinavia.
Friday, December 5th, 6pm at McQuixote Books and Coffee.
Keep Louisville Literary is always looking for guests for the radio hour on artFM of local and regional writers, editors, publishers, agents, etc. to chat about their work in preparation for readings or release dates. Please contact Rachel Short at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking.