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David Domine

Agent: Julie Hill
Louisville, Kentucky, United States

Email: davidram13@gmail.com

David Dominé lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he teaches foreign languages and translation at Bellarmine University. In addition to an MFA in Writing from Spalding University, he has an MA in Spanish Literature from the University of Louisville and an MA in German Literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He also completed studies in literary translation at the Karl-Franzens Universität in Graz, Austria. He has published more than ten non-fiction books with topics ranging from folklore and architecture to bourbon, travel memoirs and regional cooking. He is one of four writers who runs the blog literarylabors.com and his articles and short stories have appeared in a variety of print and online publications.

His current projects include the forthcoming novel Peter Paul’s Kitchen and a true-crime book about the bizarre 2009 murder of drag queen Jamie Carroll and the subsequent trials of alleged killers Jeffery Mundt and Joseph Banis. Find out more about this project at https://www.facebook.com/TheHouseInOldLouisville.

Interests: literary fiction, food and wine, regional cooking, travel, foreign languages, translation, Kentucky history, folklore, ghosts, Louisville, Kentucky Derby, lgbt,

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Nonfiction

  • GHOSTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE: True Stories of Hauntings in America's Largest Victorian Neighborhood
  • PHANTOMS OF OLD LOUISVILLE: Ghostly Tales from America's Most Haunted Neighborhood
  • ADVENTURES IN NEW KENTUCKY COOKING WITH THE BLUEGRASS PEASANT
  • INSIDERS GUIDE TO LOUISVILLE
  • A FEAST FOR THE EYES: Recipes from Americas Grandest Victorian Neighborhood
  • SPLASH OF BOURBON: Kentucky\'s Spirit
  • HAUNTS OF OLD LOUISVILLE:
  • 111 FABULOUS FOOD FINDS: Best Bites in the Bluegrass
  • IMAGES OF AMERICA: Old Louisville
  • Old Louisville: Exuberant, Elegant, and Alive