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email@example.comThe audience was virtually silent when author Frank X Walker read from his works Thursday evening. His style was easy, engaging, lively and light. He drew listeners’ attention effortlessly and evoked smiles and occasional laughs from the assemblage....
(AP) — Kentucky’s poet laureate is fulfilling a childhood dream by getting behind the wheel of a bookmobile in his hometown. Frank X Walker will drive the Boyle County Public Library’s bookmobile today during a visit to Danville....
The "City of Firsts" added a big one to the list this week when Frank X Walker became the one and only Kentucky Poet Laureate to hail from Danville. That was far from the most impressive “first” resulting from his appointment. Walker is both...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT — Frank X Walker kept his eyes downcast or closed Wednesday as he listened closely to the words of his predecessors as Kentucky poet laureate echo off the granite in the rotunda of the state Capitol. His head nodded in appreciation when...
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Lexington writer and Danville native Frank X Walker will be inducted officially as Kentucky Poet Laureate in a public ceremony on Kentucky Writers’ Day at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Capitol Rotunda. Kentucky Writers’...
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email@example.comAppalachia figures prominently in Kentucky culture, history, and politics and serves as the centerpiece of George Ella Lyon’s Lunch with the Arts presentation this Wednesday at the Boyle County Public Library. George Ella’s connection to...
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One of Winchester’s best kept literary secrets is that one of Kentucky’s best living poets lives here. His name is Steven Cope. The other day he came to the library and donated copies of his published works. The library had a few of his books,...
FRANKFORT — Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed Lexington poet, author and teacher Frank X Walker as Kentucky poet laureate for 2013-14, the Kentucky Arts Council announced today. Walker, a native of Danville, will be formally inducted during a...
Danville High School Forensics team won the 25-county Bluegrass Region Speech Tournament of the Kentucky High School Speech League Saturday — the team's fourth straight regional win. DHS won by a large margin, nearly doubling the team score of...
Contributing WriterEditor’s note: “Night Rider,” 1939, by Robert Penn Warren, is the fifth in a series of book reviews about works of Kentucky fiction. No Kentucky author has been recognized by the awarding of more prestigious literary prizes than...
It’s nice to see so many people in the library this time of year. It makes perfect sense, though. The library is a great place to spend a chilly, wet afternoon in January. It’s traditional, or perhaps I should say habitual, with a lot of...
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