Minneapolis Institute of Art hosts Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass, for a virtual talk about the importance of cultivating a reciprocal relationship with the environment, and how understanding our connection to the land helps us connect more deeply with one another. This is a free virtual event that will take place via Zoom. Details here!
This Native American Heritage Month, The Adrian Brinkerhoff Poetry Foundation is thrilled to announce a partnership with Tippet Rise Art Center and In-Na-Po (Indigenous Nations' Poets) to offer the digital event "Songs at the Confluence: Indigenous Poets on Place," on Dec. 4th at 7pm ET. Curated by poets Kimberly Blaeser and Jake Skeets of In-Na-Po, the event draws inspiration from W. W. Norton's recent collection When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry. The program's focus will be on place and its importance to Indigenous poets and their writing. Details here!
The Book Catapult is excited to be hosting three acclaimed poets from Milkweed Editions for a virtual event via Zoom on Tuesday, December 8 at 5pm PT. Allison Adair, Benjamin Garcia, and Adam Clay will be reading their poetry and having a conversation with renowned local poet Kazim Ali. The event is free and open to all. Details here.
Louisville Literary Arts presents an evening of literary readings featuring both established and emerging writers from Kentucky and around the U.S. On December 10th, join the InKY Reading Series for a virtual reading with Benjamin Garcia, Nancy McCabe, & Michael Baumann. Details here.
Join Patricia Kirkpatrick for the virtual launch of her newest collection, Blood Moon, in conversation with actor Sally Wingert and poet Elena Cisneros. Details here!
Join The Great Northern festival for an exclusive preview of Diane Wilson's forthcoming novel, The Seed Keeper. In conversation with Minnesota Public Radio’s Brandt Williams and a live virtual audience, Wilson will answer questions on her work, research and inspiration. Register for this free event and you'll receive an exclusive code in your registration confirmation email. Use the code to buy The Seed Keeper from Milkweed Editions, and you'll receive a signed copy and free shipping when books become available in early March.
Join Westminster College for a virtual reading with Fady Joudah, author of Tethered to Stars. This free reading will be 20 minutes followed by a 20-minute Q&A session (Zoom link TK). More details here!
Join Westminster College for a virtual reading with Wayne Miller, author of We the Jury. This free reading will be 20 minutes followed by a 20-minute Q&A session (Zoom link TK). More details here!
Seattle Arts & Lectures presents Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass. Tickets available for both in-person and digital access. Details here!
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