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Celebrating the Work of Contemporary Women Writers with the Kentucky Women Writers Conference

17 August, 2010 от · 3 comments

Katerina Stoykova-Klemer’s Interview with Conference Director Julie Wrinn Julie Kuzneski Wrinn became director of the conference in 2007 after serving for three years on its board of directors. A native of Indiana, Pennsylvania, she received Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in English from the University of Virginia. A ten-year veteran of the book publishing business, she […]

Small Journeys: Reflections while traveling in central Kentucky – Part 5 out of 5

3 September, 2009 от · No comments

Roger Conner Jr It was nearing nightfall in Lexington and I had one last destination to make, an appointment that I had promised myself to keep. I needed to hear the voice of living culture. With the help of the navigation system and internet on my I-phone I eventually found my way to Natasha’s Bistro […]

Kentucky Dawn

31 August, 2009 от · No comments

Donal Mahoney Photo: Rocklin Autumn’s over. Wheat cake odors flood the wood front porch. Andrew Block, in mackinaw and overalls, tamps first tobacco of the day and estimates his morning. In an open field beyond McDiver’s Creek Andrew Block can see his colt, palamino apricot and snow, nip grass between great gallops and the shock […]

Small Journeys: Reflections while traveling in central Kentucky – Part 2 out of 5

27 July, 2009 от · 2 comments

Roger Conner Jr Sequel On Sunday morning I awoke early, restless to do something. Still not hungry, but the hotel promised a nice brunch, and I did not want to miss the opportunity to check out the dining room which had been highly recommended by friends and press alike. Finding my mood, I realized I […]

Small Journeys: Reflections while traveling in central Kentucky – Part 1 out of 5

21 July, 2009 от · 3 comments

Roger Conner Jr Ostensibly the trip should have been a rather mundane one, even boring; a drive to Richmond and Lexington, Kentucky to attend the twin college commencement ceremonies of two dear friends, but for me it was much more than that. I had made part of the trip before and would be familiar with […]