For the Hog Killing, 1979
“Tanya Berry (with her able farmhand) has made for us an imperative and moving portrait of a community sustaining itself with pork, sure, but also with affection. Here we have a fortifying argument for how to feed both the bellies and the souls of a neighborhood fellowship.” — Nick Offerman
My Life On and Off the Court
Joe B. Hall with Marianne Walker
“Coach Hall not only continued the tradition of winning and excellence, he did it with grace and humility. I am happy that now there’s a book that looks back on all that Coach Hall did for this state and this university and examines how he did it.” — John Calipari
A Journey through Kentucky’s Distilling Landscape
Bourbon’s Backroads reveals the places where bourbon’s heritage was made — from old and new distilleries, storage warehouses, railroad yards, and factories where copper fermenting vessels are made — and why the industry continues to thrive.