September 11 - October 27 - SCRC Great Hall - M.I. King Library
The University of Kentucky LibrariesSpecial Collections Research Center has opened, "James Still: The Long Way Home,” which explores the life and work of Kentucky author James Still known widely for his 1940 work River of Earth as well as poetry, short stories, and other work that captured the spirit of Appalachia and Kentucky. The exhibit features original documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, and rare first edition books from the James Still collections held by the SCRC. The exhibit is supported by the University Press of Kentucky and as part of a Donovan Trust grant to coincide with the publishing of a new Still biography, James Still: A Life.
UPK Author Carol Boggess (James Still: A Life) presentation - October 18th, 4pm, SCRC Great Hall - M.I. King Library
The Margaret I. King Library is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.