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Former Poet Laureate to emcee poetry readings at next Great Writers Series event

On Tuesday, April 8, the Kentucky Great Writers Series will return with three authors and former Poet Laureate Richard Taylor.

Arwen Donahue illustrated Leatha Kendrick's Almanac of the Invisible. (Photo from arwendonahue.com)

Arwen Donahue illustrated Leatha Kendrick’s Almanac of the Invisible. (Photo from arwendonahue.com)

Sponsored by Wind Publications and held at The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Lexington, the event is intended to bring readers, writers and authors together in close contact. The event begins at 7 p.m. with a half hour for questions from the audience before the readings by featured authors begins at 7:30 p.m.
Reading on April 8 will be Leatha Kendrick, David Cazden and Jeremy Paden. Taylor will be emcee for the evening.
Kendrick is a poet and essayist, whose newest volume of poetry is Almanac of the Invisible published by Larkspur Press. Cazden will read from his latest book of poems entitled The Lost Animals and Paden will read from his chapbook Broken Tulips.
The poetry books will be sold at the event by Morris Book Shop and can be signed by the poets. For more information, visit carnegiecenterlex.org.
From Carnegie Center

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