Telling Kentucky's Story


Kentucky Humanities magazine is serious about telling Kentucky's story.


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The New and Collected Poems of Jane Gentry, a Study in Protean Epiphanies

by Linda Elisabeth LaPinta

Reflections of a Vanished Generation:

War and Memory in a Small Kentucky Town

by James M. Prichard


by Jeff Worley

Groundbreaking Kentucky Attorney

J. Alexander Chiles

by Stuart W. Sanders

Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men: A Reader's Compendium

An Excerpt

by Jonathan S. Cullick

Kentucky Reads

All the King's Men

"My Old Kentucky Home": An Extended Look

by Dr. Marshall Myers

Lilacs and Spirea

by Georgia Green Stamper


Do you have a Kentucky story to share?

Contact our magazine editor:

Marianne Stoess,