Tuesday, Nov. 29, when three editors from The Arkansas International, a biannual UA literary magazine, take the podium at Nightbird Books.
Don’t blame him for being a bit dour. Writer Matthew Henriksen deals with some pretty heavy stuff, and if he has to “go there,” that’s just the way it is.
Film critic and newspaper columnist Philip Martin is always working at it.
Kody Ford goes through spurts of creativity, satisfies his need to write, and then hibernates for a while.
Known far and wide for his work with prolific folk music duo Still on the Hill, Kelly Mulhollan will celebrate a different talent, that of author, when he takes the podium Tuesday evening, July 26 at Nightbird Books.
She might be young, but she’s already an old pro.
Leora Jackson will be the featured writer at the next monthly meeting of the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 31, at Nightbird Books.
On Tuesday, April 26, the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective will present as its program the staff of and contributors to the 32nd edition of Fayetteville High School’s award-winning literature and art journal, Connotations.
Twenty-five years ago, a bike accident in New York put Wendy Taylor Carlisle’s son in intensive care, causing her to decamp from her home in Texarkana to be at his side, there, as she told me, to will him to live.
Nearly 50 years ago, Moshe Newmark, recently out of the University of Miami’s mass communications program, began a World Brotherhood Peace tour of the world.