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Saturday, April 17 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Difficult Fruits

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This reading is in celebration of new books and works by Kate Lebo, CMarie Fuhrman, and Kathryn Nuernberger.  

Moderators
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Maya Jewell Zeller

Maya Jewell Zeller is the author of the interdisciplinary collaboration (with visual artist Carrie DeBacker) Alchemy For Cells & Other Beasts (Entre Rios Books, 2017), the chapbook Yesterday, the Bees (Floating Bridge Press, 2015), and the poetry collection Rust Fish (Lost Horse Press... Read More →

Speakers
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Kate Lebo

Kate Lebo’s first collection of nonfiction, The Book of Difficult Fruit, will be published by FSG in April of 2021. Her previous books include the cookbook Pie School, the poetry chapbook Seven Prayers to Cathy McMorris Rodgers, and the anthology Pie & Whiskey: Writers Under... Read More →
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CMarie Fuhrman

CMarie Fuhrman is the author of Camped Beneath the Dam: Poems (Floodgate 2020) and co-editor of Native Voices (Tupelo 2019). She has published poetry and nonfiction in multiple journals including Emergence Magazine, Yellow Medicine Review, Cutthroat a Journal of the Arts... Read More →
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Kathryn Nuernberger

Kathryn Nuernberger writes about the history of science and ideas, renegade women, plant medicines, and witches. Her latest book is The Witch of Eye, about witches and witch trials. She is also the author of RUE, poems about plants historically used for birth control. She teaches... Read More →


Saturday April 17, 2021 5:30pm - 6:30pm PDT
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