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A Book & Its Author

Sep 8, 2022

Jacci Turner discusses and reads from her new YA novel, Tree Singer (Lucky Bat Books, 2021), which tells the story of fifteen-year-old Mayten, sent on an unexpected quest to confront an unnatural blight on the forests, a journey that also reveals secrets about her world and herself.

Sep 1, 2022

Shwa Laytart discusses and reads from F*d-Up Poetry For F*d-Up People In F*d-Up Times (AvantPop Publishing, 2021), a collection of verse that weaves comedy and activism to reflect upon environmentalism, family, music, food, social justice, and more.

Aug 25, 2022

Suzanne Roberts discusses and reads from Animal Bodies: On Death, Desire, And Other Difficulties (University of Nebraska Press, 2022), a collection of essays that explore, in deeply personal ways, how we deal with the distresses of loss, illness, relationships, travel, and the limitations of our physical beings.

Aug 18, 2022

Mark Maynard discusses and reads from Grind (Torrey House Press, 2012), a collection of stories based in and around Reno, Nevada, depicting the unique relationship of the city with an array of characters seeking to come to terms with their place, geographically and personally.

Aug 11, 2022

Katya Cengel discusses and reads from Bluegrass Baseball: A Year In The Minor League Life (University of Nebraska Press, 2012), which introduces us to the uncertain life – the hopes, dreams, triumphs, & disappointments – of minor league players, staff, fans and families.

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