A groundbreaking anthology of memoirs and oral histories by seven authors from the Kentucky School for the Blind.
The Kentucky School for the Blind was chartered in 1842 to serve blind and visually impaired students from all across the state. Like so many who have arrived since then, the seven authors participating in Louisville Story Program’s third book project hail from all across the state. At the end of every weekend, they leave their homes and families in Appalachia, the Inner Bluegrass, the Western Coalfields and beyond to come back to Louisville, to the community they make with one another, where they learn from their differences and all they share in common, including the one thing that so frequently sets them apart.
232 pages; 8x9; B&W; soft cover