FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
The Winter Salon will begin at 10 AM, and will include lectures by the three featured writers, with discussions to follow each topic. David Axelrod presents “A Lyric Ecology for the End of the World (and After),” while Melissa Kwasny discusses “The Power of the Image” a theme from her recent book of essays entitled, Earth Recitals: Essays on Image and Vision; and Christopher Howell considers “Poetry and the Inner Life.”
After the talks, there will be a lunch break. Lost Horse Press and the writers will adjourn to Thai Nigiri: local writers are invited join for lunch, a lively discussion, and general mayhem to do so at 12 noon. After lunch, there will be a reading and book signing at Sandpoint Community Hall, which will commence at 2 PM. LEARN MORE.