Kevin Gibson has been a professional writer for more three and a half decades, having written about restaurants, beer, bourbon, sports, night life, music, history and more, winning numerous awards and publishing multiple books along the way. Growing up in the Louisville area, he became fascinated with local history and culture, so he decided to incorporate it into his ongoing work. When he’s not busy writing stories and books about Louisville, he’s likely hanging out with his hound dog, Atticus, at the park, at one of the local (dog-friendly) watering holes or walking around the Clifton neighborhood.
Author Kevin Gibson talks about his new book, Oldest Louisville, what some notable landmarks used to be, and how the book came together.
‘The past gets lost in the present’: New book reveals Louisville’s oldest landmarks, establishments – WHAS11
Author Kevin Gibson's Oldest Louisville features histories of the city's oldest institutions and the people behind them.
If you want to explore the past in Louisville and Kentucky without leaving your couch, the shelves at Carmichael’s Bookstore have you covered. Oldest Louisville, by Louisvillian Kevin Gibson, was just published in October and walks readers through the most