Girlhood pals Angela Correll and Heather Henson collaborate to bring Correll’s novel to the stage.more
Authors who embody the character and culture of our state more
Through diversity of experience, individual tenacity and disclosures of the heart, the writers in This I Believe: Kentucky connect their beliefs to the Commonwealth and beyond. more
W may stand for Wasted in Sue Grafton's latest A-to-Z mystery series offering, but this narrative has heart. more
The tome Kentucky’s Frontier Highway: Historical Landscapes Along the Maysville Road is a well-researched, readable, mile-by-mile history of one of the most important pioneer routes into Kentucky’s Bluegrass region. more
A review of the holiday literary anthology, Kentucky's Twelve Days of Christmas. more
For one weekend each September, downtown Lexington becomes a writing mecca for editors, authors, educators, agents and readers... more
Nearly hidden on a nondescript side street off Bardstown Road in Louisville, Sarabande Books is a nationally recognized, oft-reviewed press publishing an array of contemporary poetry and fiction. more
Kentucky A-Z: A Bluegrass Travel Memoir by Amanda Hervey. From Amandaville to Zachariah, Kentucky Monthly sent her in search of stories, only to find her own.
Seasoned Cooking of Kentucky
Recipes highlighting the best eats for every season. Look for it in our online shop.
This coffee table book features our state's most striking places of worship.
That Kind of Journalist
Can't get enough of "Vested Interest?" Then you'll love this book by Kentucky Monthly's very own Steve Vest! Look for it in our online shop!