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Reading more books in 2015

Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, shares his New Year's resolution: To Read Books.  
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Malcolm Gladwell's recipe for success

What makes a person successful? Past Forum guest Malcolm Gladwell shares his thoughts on the single most important factor for success, at the World Business Forum in New York
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Jessye Norman

The Met Guild will honor beloved opera star Jessye Norman in November with "Brava, Jessye" luncheon. Earlier that week Ms. Norman will be interviewed by Gloria Steinem at the University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum.
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Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell, who shared an energetic discussion of his book Outliers: the Story of Success, with Dan Pink at a 2009 Kentucky Author Forum is aiming to race the 5th Avenue Mile in under 5 minutes. Read the story in the Wall Street Journal…
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Lawrence Wright

Lawrence Wright looks into the 28 pages missing- and still considered "highly classified" -  from the report of the Joint Congressional Inquiry into the 9/11 attacks.  Read his article in The New Yorker. Lawrence Wright is the author of the…
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Congressman John Lewis at Dragon Con in Atlanta

Tom Heintjes is the editor of Hogan’s Alley, a journal that explores the history and influence of comics and cartoonists, and writes articles such as “Crossing the Color Line (in Black and White): Franklin in Peanuts,” and “Flannery…
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Kentucky Author Forum now on WORLD channel

University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum’s “Great Conversations” will begin airing on WORLD Channel on June 1, 2014, at 7:00 PM (ET). “Great Conversations,” taped live at the University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum by…
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Jessye Norman in African American Voices on WUOL

Upcoming Forum guest, Ms. Jessye Norman, is  included in WUOL's award-winning "African American Voices." Classical 90.5 WUOL is proud to present African American Voices, a celebration of African American musicians. This 15 part series that…
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March: Book One and Martin Luther King and The Montgomery Story

After more than five decades of activism, US Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, a Forum guest in 201 3,  has made history once again this year. His new memoir March: Book One, co-written with Andrew Aydin and drawn by Nate Powell,…

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