Tim and his wife Rita live in Bellville, OH. At a farm in Henry County, Kentucky, Tanya Berry photographed a celebratory ritual of farm life: hog killing. Her visit is sponsored by the Snowy Owl Foundation, Inc. The indispensable writings of our foremost voice on the current ecological and cultural crisis, more relevant now than ever, in a special two-volume edition prepared in consultation with the author.
Wendell Berry, a novelist, poet, farmer, and environmental writer and activist, has published over 50 books. A fresh look at Union Col.
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Ron Blair, who is the great-great-nephew of Col. He has lectured on the subject of Wolford and the Civil War in various cities and states, and has contributed to several Civil War publications.
He and his wife live in Lexington, KY. This work provides a contemporary and refreshing examination of the American presidency through the prism of race and race relations in America, revealing a long complicated relationship between the US presidency and the African American community. Weaving together the history of the Senate with lively portraits of 15 prominent Kentucky lawmakers, Sen. Roy E. He is former deputy chief of staff and counsel to Sen. This book captures the people, places, and things that are the essence of the Bluegrass State.
Linda Bruckheimer is an American novelist, photographer, and preservationist. Raised in Kentucky, her family moved to California when she was a teenager, a trip that inspired her novels Dreaming Southern and The Southern Belles of Honeysuckle Way as well as her passion for photography. She divides her time between Kentucky and L. Beautifully rendered and rippling with family dysfunction, secrets, deaths, alcoholism, and old resentments, Shonda Buchanan's memoir is an inspiring story that explores her family's legacy of being African Americans with American Indian roots.
Literary editor of Harriet Tubman Press, Buchanan is an award-winning poet and educator. She is also the author of Who's Afraid of Black Indians? From to , Louisville became a larger part of the American Industrial Revolution. Bryan S.
Bush details those behind the massive industry in the City of Progress. Bush was born in Louisville and has been a native ever since. He has been a member of many different Civil War historical preservation societies; consulted for movie companies and other authors; coordinated with museums on displays of various articles and artifacts; written for magazines; and worked for different historical sites.
Erin Chandler weaves her own lessons and struggles with our histories most celebrated artists and thinkers from Albert Camus to Tennessee Williams to Anthony Bourdain. She teaches playwriting and screenwriting at the Carnegie Center, has a weekly column in the Woodford Sun and a second novel in the works. Lifelong Kentuckian Joe Cox has chronicled a variety of interesting lives, games, and rivalries in writing about the inherent human drama of sports.
He has been part of 8 different sports books since An anthology of stories, essays, and poems, by people born between and who have lived or are living now near the Ohio River featuring more than pages of lush, provocative, and accessible prose and poetry that will appeal to baby boomers and the people who love them. The story braids together the region's past with present-day descriptions and reflections on its changes.
Dahlman is professor of communications and humanities at Milligan College. The book breaks down the baseball season from spring training through the World Series and also examines the year in pop culture. He currently lives in Brownsburg, Indiana. Juilee Decker is associate professor of museum studies at the Rochester Institute of Technology. She has curated numerous exhibitions and served as a consultant to public art projects and programs in the US. Hunter S. Thompson is often misremembered as a wise-cracking, drug-addled cartoon character.
This book reclaims him for what he truly was: a fearless opponent of corruption and fascism, one who sacrificed his future well-being to fight against it, rewriting the rules of journalism and political satire in the process. Professor Joshua A. Douglas of the University of Kentucky College of Law teaches and researches election law and voting rights, civil procedure, constitutional law, and judicial decision making.
Accessible to both casual hikers and seasoned naturalists alike, this book is the only comprehensive natural guide to the Red River Gorge. Dan Dourson is a wildlife biologist who worked with the US Forest Service specializing in nongame management. He is the author of 10 books. Volume 5 of the Kentucky's Everyday Heroes series profiling everyday Kentuckians who nobly live their daily lives inspiring others along the way.
Steve Flairty is a teacher, public speaker and an author of 7 books. With recipes ranging from simple to elegant, the authors take the stress out of preparing the perfect meal for any occasion. A diverse group of authors, primarily from Kentucky, have written more than 40 non-fiction stories about Christmas in Appalachia from to the present. James M. Wayne Onkst is the retired Kentucky state librarian and archivist. Judith F. This coloring book is a celebration of chromatic homes, the alluring structures that grace our most charming cities.
It explains why the ink is green in the book. Nevertheless, together with the ability to the authors painted an optimistic view of blockchain and its potential impact to the all aspects of the society, in a wide spectrum of use cases from reinventing online publication to self-sovereign identity solution to solving climate change, reminding us that record keeping is fundamental to human existence and a foundation of civilization. This book contains many selections from a family recipe book dating from the early s. Peggy Goodman Children's. I especially enjoyed his discussion of how blockchain could be used to keep any information not just currency safe.
John I. Cop, Secret Service agent, private consultant, and bodyguard: Greg Gitschier has led an exciting life.
In this well-paced narrative, Nancy Grant combines quirky travel anecdotes during an almost 4, mile solo road trip with in-depth natural history insights. With lyrical descriptions of more than bird species in varied habitats, readers will also meet fascinating people and pick up fresh ideas for bird-watching fun. Brian Haara tells the history of America through the development of commercial laws that guided our nation from an often reckless laissez-faire mentality through the growing pains of industrialization, past the over-correction of Prohibition, and into its final state as a nation of laws.
Haara is a public speaker and legal writer and practices law with a business litigation firm.
He writes about bourbon history and law on his blog. Joe B. Hall was the head basketball coach at the University of Kentucky from to In this riveting memoir, Hall presents intimate details about his life on and off the court, expressing the joys and challenges of his life and career.
His record at UK was —, and — over his career. Terry L. A retort, at turns rigorous, critical, angry, and hopeful, to the long shadow Hillbilly Elegy has cast over the region and its imagining. It also moves beyond Hillbilly Elegy to allow Appalachians from varied backgrounds to tell their own diverse and complex stories through an imaginative blend of scholarship, prose, poetry, and photography.
Anthony Harkins is a professor of history at Western Kentucky University. An international pantheon of 67 writers share their heartfelt remembrances of beloved southern storyteller Pat Conroy, who was a lifelong mentor and champion to his fellow writers. Larry Hehman is a retired Roman Catholic priest who now serves at local parishes, where he shares in sacramental, teaching, and preaching ministry. Weekly, since , he has produced a Sunday homily on YouTube. His ministry of preaching the Word has touched the hearts and lives of generations of parishioners in the Bluegrass and far beyond.
Cameron M. Ludwick is a bookworm, trivia nerd, and former band geek who still relies on the survival skills she learned at Girl Scout camp to cope with nature. A Kentucky native, she now has bigger hair and lives in Texas. Blair Thomas Hess is a born-and-bred Kentuckian who resides in Frankfort, Kentucky with her daughter and her picture-taking, bourbon-collecting husband. Together, these long-time friends travel across Kentucky exploring its various wonders and uncovering its best-kept secrets, sharing their secrets in the My Old Kentucky Road Trip books.
When aspiring violinist Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman lands a job with a professional ensemble in New York City, she imagines she has achieved her dream. But the ensemble proves to be a sham. When the group "performs," the music blares from a CD. The mastermind behind this scheme is a peculiar figure known as The Composer who is gaslighting audiences with music that sounds suspiciously like the Titanic movie soundtrack.
She teaches at Northern Kentucky University and lives in Newport. Although the faith of the Ingalls' family pervades books in the Little House series, the more specific details of Laura's faith have never been fully explored. Laura drew not just on her character, but found hope in her relationship with God. Stephen W.
Hines, a recognized authority on Laura Ingalls Wilder, has authored or compiled several best-selling volumes on her life.
Let's Be Friends offers practical ways to nurture meaningful friendships that will enrich your life and deepen your faith, including creative ideas and recipes to try with your own friends. Elizabeth Hoagland loves reading and writing. Royally bred, Sir Barton broke track records, outran champions, and inspired the ultimate chase for horse-racing greatness—the Triple Crown.
In this definitive account, Jennifer S. Kelly draws together extensive research and sharp storytelling in order to explore the legacy of Sir Barton.