Author/Chef Dan Barber and Aria Beth Sloss made our Food Justice Festival great. If you missed it, we’ve got pictures!
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Meet the Writers: Layli Long Soldier
The Meet the Writers Series continues with poet Layli Long Soldier, whose collection “Whereas” is a finalist for the National Book Award in poetry. Long Soldier is an Oglala Sioux writer and poet. Her chapbook, “Chromosomory” was published in 2010 by Ave Q Press, and “WHEREAS: Poems” was published in 2017 by Graywolf Press. She won a Whiting Writers’ Award in 2016. …
Meet the Writers: Mitchell Jackson
Join us for an evening with novelist Mitchell S. Jackson, whose debut novel The Residue Years won a Whiting Award and The Ernest J. Gaines Prize for Literary Excellence, and was also a finalist for the Center for Fiction’s Flaherty-Dunnan First novel prize, the PEN/ Hemingway award for first fiction, and the Hurston / Wright Legacy …