09 May 2012

Free and Open to the Public: The 6th Annual Kentucky Women's Book Festival

Post date: 09 May 2012
Date: 19 May 2012

The 6th Annual Kentucky Women's Book Festival will take place this Saturday, May 19th from 9:30 am to 4:30pm at Ekstrom Library, Belknap Campus, University of Louisville. The event is free and open to the public.

Opening Speaker: Tori Murden McClure, President, Spalding University and author of A Pearl in the Storm

Luncheon Keynote: Author & Poet Mary Ann Taylor-Hall, “A Very Odd Way To Spend a Life”

  • Kentucky's Poet Laureate Maureen Morehead
  • Nancy Jensen, Author of The Sisters “Researching the Ordinary in Extraordinary Ways”
  • Kiki Petrosino – Poet and Creative Writing scholar
  • Glynis Ridley – award-winning non-fiction author
  • Julie Wade – Lambda Literary Award winner
  • Deanna O’Daniel, author of Kiss Your Elbow, a Kentucky Memoir
  • Sara Havens, LEO Weekly columnist and author of Bar Belle
  • Sharon Receveur, author of Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest


For inquiries: call the Women's Center at 502.852.8976

Website: http://louisville.edu/womenscenter/kwbf
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