Minneapolis, MN – 11/08/2018

Daniel Mallory Ortberg discusses fairy tales for the Loft Literary Center’s Big Ideas series.

Minneapolis, MN – 08/16/2018

Join us for this reading with poet, essayist, and translator P. Scott Cunningham in celebration of his debut collection of poems, Ya Te Veo (University of Arkansas), also featuring Twin Cities-based poets Michael Kleber-Diggs and Katharine Rauk.

Poetry
By 
Claire Wahmanholm
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The winner of the 2018 Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry maps an alien but unnervingly familiar world as it accelerates into cataclysm. Here refugees listen to relaxation tapes that create an Arcadia out of tires and bleach; here the alphabet spells out disaster and devours children. The result is a collection that both beguiles and wounds.

Claire Wahmanholm is the author of Wilder, selected by Rick Barot as winner of the Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry, and Night Vision, winner of the 2017 New Michigan Press/DIAGRAM chapbook competition. She lives and teaches in the Twin Cities.

Minneapolis, MN – 09/19/2018

Poet, publisher, and educator Kelly Forsythe reads from Perennial (Coffee House Press), her debut collection of poems exploring adolescence, trauma, and gun violence. Kelly will be joined by fiction writer Karen Gu.

Minneapolis, MN – 09/23/2018

Join us for this Sunday conversation between music critic and former Minneapolitan Jessica Hopper and poet Danez Smith, in celebration of Hopper’s new memoir, Night Moves (University of Texas Press).

St. Anthony, MN – 07/18/2018

Brian Laidlaw will be featured at Silverwood Onstage, performing songs from his upcoming title, The Mirrormaker

Luis Alberto Urrea

Luis Alberto Urrea was born in Tijuana, Mexico. Extensively published in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, his work has won the American Book Award, the American Academy of Arts and Letters Fiction Award, and the Lannan Literary Award. He has also has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award, and was voted into the Latino Literature Hall of Fame. He is the author of sixteen books, among them The House of Broken AngelsThe Devil’s Highway, The Hummingbird’s Daughter, and the recent poetry collection, The Tijuana Book of the Dead. Urrea lives with his family in Naperville, Illinois. 

Chicago, IL – 11/07/2018

Winner of the inaugural Max Ritvo Poetry Prize for North American StadiumsGrady Chambers will host an intimate reading alongside essayist Rachel Z. Arndt. 

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