21st Annual KY Book Fair
The Kentucky Book Fair will take place Saturday, November 2 at the Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center in downtown Frankfort from 9am to 4:30pm. The event will play host to readings from some Kentucky authors, as well as autograph sessions.
Symposiums for the Book Fair
Nick Clooney, 10am, The Movies That Changed Us, followed by a Q & A session and about 2 to 2 1/2 hours of book signing by Mr. Clooney 11:30 to 12:30pm.
Vince Staten, Kentucky Curiousities. 1:00pm.
Mystery Writer's Panel Discussion, A Who's Who of Whodunits, Lynn Hightower, Marcia Talley, and The McCafferty Twins. 2:00 pm.
Welcome to Backstage at the White House as captured by former Reagan and Bush (Sr.) administration official Peter Roussel in his new novel, Ruffled Flourishes 3:00 p.m.
Capitol Steps co-founder, Elaina Newport, Political Satire discussion followed by a signing of the book which she cowrote, Sixteen Scandals.
James Archambeault - Kentucky I, II & III, The Gift of Pleasant Hill and 2003 Calendar
Marvin Bartlett - The Joy Cart
Wendell Berry - The Art of the Commonplace, Three Short Novels, In the Presence of Fear
Nick Clooney - The Movies That Changed Us
Linda Scott DeRosier - Creeker
Phyllis George - Never Say Never: 10 Lessons To Turn Your Can't Into Yes, I Can
James Baker Hall - Yates Paul, His Grand Flights, His Tootings; Praeder's Letters
Silas House - A Parchment of Leaves
Adel Iskander - Al Jazeera: How The Free Arab news Network Scooped The World and Changed The Middle East
Ed McClanahan - Fondell: The Whore With A Heart of Gold: A Report From the Field
Crystal Wilkinson - Water Street
Tuesday, November 5, Lee Smith will be reading from her book The Last Girls at Joseph-Beth Booksellers at 7pm.
The Carnegie Center Friends and Students are eligible for outreach scholarships for the Rising Sun Writer's Conference
November 1, 2, & 3 in Rising Sun, Indiana
Five outreach scholarships are available to friends and students of the Carnegie Center who would like to attend this year's Rising Sun Writer's Conference, "Sowing Seeds: Expanding Creativity." The $160 registration fee (which includes two continental breakfasts, two box lunches, and a dinner) has been reduced to $50 for five qualified applicants nominated by the Carnegie Center.
To get more information about the outreach scholarships, contact Jan Isenhour at the Carnegie Center, 859 254-4175 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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