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Books: Friday Reads, Jill Kargman

New Books: Friday Reads. Book Reviews.Jill Kargman: Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut Harper Collins/William Morrow [For sponsored links, click blue titles to purchase.]A twitter stream whizzed by in Heraclite-ian (if that’s a word) fashion last week, annointing momzilla chicklit […]

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Books in this Week’s Ace: Nikky Finney; Voices from the Peace Corps

In this week's Ace, on stands now, Bianca Spriggs sits down with poet Nikky Finney and talks about her new book, Head Off & Split: Poems.Here's a taste:University

Michael Geneve in Voices From the Peace Corps

Angene and Jack Wilson’s new book, Voices from the Peace Corps: Fifty Years of Kentucky Volunteers, includes stories from one of Ace’s longtime art directors, Michael Geneve, who

Accents Publishing Release March 3rd

Accents Publishing and the Poezia Writing Group would like to invite everyone who appreciates poetry to join in a celebration on March 3, 2011 at 6:30 pm in

New Burning Man Book: The Tribes of Burning Man by Steven T. Jones

Tickets are now on sale for the 25th annual Burning Man, and a new book by a San Francisco Bay Guardian editor Steven T. Jones The Tribes of

George Ella Lyon wins Schneider Family Book Award

A book by Lexington author George Ella Lyon  The Pirate of Kindergarten (Richard Jackson Books (Atheneum Hardcover))  has won the Schneider Family Book Award  -- a distinction "for

Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook wins Gourmand Award

Louisville author Albert W.A. Schmid was named the winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Award  in the category of cooking with beer, wine or spirits for the

Kim Edwards’ New Book: The Lake of Dreams

The new book from Lexington's Kim Edwards, The Lake of Dreams: A Novel is now available. She is the author of The Memory Keeper's Daughter: A Novel.Her tour

Kickstarter: The Guy Mendes 40/40 Project 12.09.2010

On the cover, Ace December 9 issue.Cover photo by Dan Silvestri.Other photos by Guy Mendes, courtesy Ann Tower Gallery and Phillip Jones.[There is a typo in the print

Joseph-Beth Booksellers announced re-structuring under Chapter 11

The Joseph-Beth Group (with its first store founded in Lexington, Kentucky in 1986), has announced re-structuring under Chapter 11, though owner Neil Van Uum reports the flagship Lexington



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