Reflecting on Wendell Berry and "The Way of Ignorance"
Wendell Berry quoted on "Contemporaneity"

Of interest: "Nine classic works by Central and Eastern Kentucky writers"

Kentucky's rich literary tradition is alive and well in the 21st century, with many contemporary writers publishing new works that gain regional and national acclaim.

However, today's generation of Kentucky writers owes a debt to the literary pioneers who preceded them. This list represents some of the most pivotal classic works — originally published at least 25 years ago — from Central and Eastern Kentucky writers. Some inclusions are obvious no-brainers, while others are a bit more obscure.



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