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On April 4, 2019, the Creative Writing department at the University of Louisville hosted a Faculty / Student Reading. First, graduate teaching assistant Brent Coughenour reads from his story "Astro World," followed by faculty member V. Joshua Adams reading from his chapbook COLD AFFECTIONS in addition to new work, and concluding with faculty member…
 
Brent and Nicole sit down with author and University of Louisville assistant professor of English, Kristi Maxwell. Brent, Nicole, and Kristi discuss her latest collection, BRIGHT AND HURTLESS, as well as the process of giving public readings, using creative writing in the classroom, wordplay, and Cleveland, Tennessee. Purchase Kristi's BRIGHT AND H…
 
Amy Parker, recipient of the 2018 Calvino Prize, reads her award-winning story "Pica Ceremony(for feeding the hungry ghosts)" at the 47th Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 on February 22, 2019. Purchase Amy Parker's 2016 collection of linked short stories BEASTS AND CHILDREN at Carmichael's Bookstore (or your local bookstor…
 
Hosts Brent Coughenour and Nicole Dugan are joined by Andi Pignato, Madelyn Hagan, and Matt Andres, student editors for the eleventh issue of Miracle Monocle, to discuss all things MM. The editors give insight into the changes that Monocle has undergone since becoming a biannual journal, and tell us a little bit about what’s in store for Issue 12 i…
 
Author Maggie Smith, the final visiting author for the Fall 2018 William and Anne Axton Reading Series, reads new poetry and poems from her collection GOOD BONES (Tupelo Press, 2017) on November 10, 2018 at the Writer's Block Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. Smith is introduced by the University of Louisville's Director of Creative Writing Kiki Pe…
 
Brent and Nicole are joined (live and in-person!) by Wendy Xu, author and visiting Axton reader at the University of Louisville. Listen as Wendy discusses her latest collection of poetry, PHRASIS, the struggle of author-as-narrator, the color blue, linguistic disjunction, and THE SOPRANOS. Purchase Wendy's PHRASIS, and her first collection YOU ARE …
 
Brent is joined by Leah Stewart, a novelist and the first reader for the University of Louisville's Fall 2018 Axton Reading Series. Brent and Leah talk about her latest novel, WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT CHARLIE OUTLAW, as well as interiority in fiction, the power of an omniscient narrator, the influence of 90s cult television shows, and Mayfield, Ke…
 
Brent and Nicole are joined by Sarah Anne Strickley, a professor of creative writing at the University of Louisville and the editor-in-chief of Miracle Monocle, to discuss her debut short story collection FALL TOGETHER. Topics of conversation include the process of re-telling in short fiction, the importance of perspective when crafting a story, an…
 
Brent and Nicole sit down with author Silas House on the day of the release of his latest book, SOUTHERNMOST. Silas, Brent, and Nicole talk about feeling nervous before publication dates, the long writing process of this novel in particular, the power of music when developing character, and much more. Order Silas' book from Carmichael's Bookstore (…
 
Graduate students Brent Coughenour and Nicole Dugan interview author and chef Edward Lee in advance of the release of his new book "Buttermilk Graffiti." Brent and Nicole ask Edward about his writing process, the themes of identity and appropriation in the book, and octopus bacon. Get Edward Lee's "Buttermilk Graffiti" through Carmichael's Bookstor…
 
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