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Unheard Voices of the American West: Karin Anderson, Lynn Kilpatrick, and Julie Nichols

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Presented by Torrey House Press and Salt Lake City Public Library and Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks Program and Utah Division of Arts and Museums and Utah Humanities at Salt Lake City Public Library Main Branch, Salt Lake City UT

Nov 04 2019
Unheard Voices of the American West: Karin Anderson, Lynn Kilpatrick, and Julie Nichols

Join writers Karin Anderson, Lynn Kilpatrick, and Julie Nichols in a conversation about writing and exploring voices that often go unheard in the cowboy-trodden American West.

Join writers Karin Anderson, Lynn Kilpatrick, and Julie Nichols in a conversation about writing and exploring voices that often go unheard in the cowboy-trodden American West. How do you challenge dominant narratives? How do you research for writing based in place? The discussion and reading will be held on the 4th floor of the Salt Lake City Library on Monday, November 4 at 6:30 p.m.

A gardener, writer, mother, wanderer, and heretic, Karin Anderson is a Professor of English at Utah Valley

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