Tuesday, Nov. 29, when three editors from The Arkansas International, a biannual UA literary magazine, take the podium at Nightbird Books.
New designs for an expansion to the TheatreSquared building in downtown Fayetteville will feature an improved stage, outdoor public spaces and guest artist apartments among various improvements, officials said Thursday, Nov. 3.
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.
When Cheri Bohn is looking for inspiration for her next sculpture, she walks around in the Arkansas backwoods where her land is about two miles from the White River.
The Fayetteville Public Library’s annual True Lit festival returns in its fourth year, featuring author talks, writing workshops, pitch sessions, art displays, and more.
Film critic and newspaper columnist Philip Martin is always working at it.
Aaron Goldberg and Ali Paris are joining forces to do a special performance where Jazz meets Middle Eastern music.
Kody Ford goes through spurts of creativity, satisfies his need to write, and then hibernates for a while.
Fayetteville can now add its name to the long list of film festival towns.
One of Fayetteville’s greatest hidden treasures is a magical creature named Doug Shields, author of Benjamin Golden Devilhorns, an incredibly witty collection of short stories.