We couldn’t be more thrilled to begin our journey in audio to stay connected with you through these ever-shifting, odd times. Our new podcast series “Lines from Loganberry” will connect you to new books, feature staff picks, reveal niche stories about Loganberry, link you to local authors, ask some interesting questions about the bookish world, and, of course, we will also check in with our friendly bookstore cat, Otis.
The first podcast episode, a recording of the live Facebook event “Books, Big Hats, and Bourbon – A Celebration of Horses” with Local Voices manager Miesha Headen and three local authors is now live:
We are also excited to share that for the remainder of this month, we have a special Local Voices series on “Intellect and Inspiration” that will air every Wednesday night at 7:30 pm starting June 10th. Be sure to tune in! We hope you enjoy, and thank you for listening!
More information on the episode “Local Voices: Books, Big Hats, and Bourbon – A Celebration of Horses” attached:
**This episode originally aired as a Facebook Live event on May 2, 2020.**
Join Loganberry Books as we celebrate the beauty and strength of horses by hosting a free author talk with three horse lovers. Though the 146th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs was postponed, Loganberry Books invites fans to honor the animals and the annual tradition while staying at home and enjoying books, big hats, and bourbon with us. All of the books are available online via Loganberry. The featured authors are:
• Dave Szalay, illustrator of “The True Story of Zippy Chippy The Little Horse That Couldn’t” https://cutt.ly/Ryd3gf0
• Betty Weibel, author of “Little Victories A True Story of the Healing Power of Horses” https://cutt.ly/eyd3jME
• Janet Wolanin Alexander, author of “At Home on a Horse in the Woods” https://cutt.ly/Fyd3hmI
Related books are also available at Loganberry:
- “A Year at the Races – Reflections on Horses, Humans, Love, Money, and Luck” by Jane Smiley;
- “Half Broke” by Ginger Gaffney