HAZARD — Leslie County native, Keith Stewart, is an author with a newly published book titled, Bernadette Peters Hates Me: True Tales of a Delusional Man, which is receiving acclaim. Stewart is currently promoting his book with a reading and book signing tour. Literature lovers in Hazard will have a chance to meet Stewart and experience his work on Thursday, April 14, when Keith Stewart will visit the Bobby Davis Museum for a reading from his new novel. The reading begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Morris Book Shop describes Bernadette Peters Hates Me: True Tales of a Delusional Man as “hysterical stories that include ripping down gas pumps, fighting with a bird trapped inside a grocery store, and confronting the one and only Bernadette Peters.” According to the review from Morris Book Shop, “after reading the hilarious memoir of this klutzy, southern man, you will feel better about your own humiliating moments, and instantly feel like you have gained a new best friend.”
Keith Stewart’s blog can be read at www.astrongmanscupoftea.com. Stewart has earned an abundance of credentials for his work, which include a nomination for the Pushcart Prize and publication in numerous anthologies, such as Kudzu and Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel. He is also a contributor for HumorOutcasts.com and the GoodMedProject.com.
On April 14, readers will have the chance to meet Keith Stewart at Bobby Davis Park. For those, who cannot make it, but would still like to experience Stewart’s work, Bernadette Peters Hates Me: True Tales of a Delusional Man can be found online.
Sam Neace can be reached at 606-629-3243 or on Twitter @HazardHerald.