– 03/25/2017

A public celebration of the life of Richard Wagamese will take place outdoors at Kamloops Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc Pow Wow grounds. After the opening by an Ojibway elder and guest speakers, all are welcome to share their stories and memories and say their goodbyes to Richard.


Art is a Nation’s Most Precious Heritage: A Letter from our Publisher

As you will have heard by now, President Trump's administration submitted its first federal budget request to Congress this week. The proposal calls for the elimination of a number of federal agencies, including the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Here at Milkweed Editions, our publishing program is sustained by a healthy mix of revenue, including revenue from the sales of books we have published as well as support from readers like you, from private foundations, and from government agencies such as the Minnesota State Arts Board and the NEA. In fact, we have received financial support from the NEA almost every year since our founding in 1980.

William Brewer

Uncanny, heartbreaking, and often surreal, this National Poetry Series winner is an unforgettable elegy for the people and places that have been lost to opioids in rural Appalachia. In these poems we see both the lost and the bereaved, the enabled and the enabler, the addict who knocks late at night and the brother who closes the door.

William Brewer is the author of I Know Your Kind, a winner of the 2016 National Poetry Series, as well as the chapbook Oxyana, which was awarded the Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship 30 and Under. He is currently a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. He was born and raised in West Virginia.

– 04/27/2017

Join Faith Sullivan for a reading and discussion of Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse, the final event of the 2017 One Book Cambridge Community-Wide Reading Program. Cake and refreshments will be served.

Mai Der Vang

Mai Der Vang is the author of Afterland (Graywolf Press, 2017). She is an editorial member of the Hmong American Writers’ Circle and coeditor of How Do I Begin: A Hmong American Literary Anthology. Her essays have appeared in The New York TimesSan Francisco Chronicle, and The Washington Post.

– 04/20/2017

Ada Limón will from her latest collection of poems, Bright Dead Things, as a part of the Gertrude and Harold S. Vanderbilt Visiting Writers Series.

– 04/17/2017

Kathy Fagan and Allison Davis will read poetry from their latest collections at Bossy Grrl's Pin Up Joint.

– 04/13/2017

Wayne Miller will read from and sign his latest collection, Post-, the recipient of the 2017 UNT Rilke Prize. The $10,000 prize recognizes a book written by a mid-career poet and published in the preceding year that demonstrates exceptional artistry and vision.


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