Bookmarked Literary Arts Festival: Readings from Local and Statewide Authors

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Discover your next favorite author, right next door! Favorite writers present their works live throughout the festival at the Lander Library. Readings include poetry, fiction and non-fiction. Check out our many participating writers below!

Fiction readings: September 17, 9 p.m.-12 p.m.

Mandie Hines: A Reading with Mandie Hines

Bernadette Holmes: Pollinated by a shooting star

Cheryl Fallin: Bursts

Tam De Rudder Jackson: A reading with Tam

Alma’s Law: Lander retarded

KJ Gillenwater: honeymoon revenge

Friend Vincent: You are pretty

Tannar Miller: Short Fiction with Tannar Miller

Sarah Reilly: A reading with Sarah

Sage Huggins: A young madman

Jeanette Woodward: A great story

Ted Judson: A reading with Ted Judson

Non-fiction readings: September 17, from 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Clark McCauley: What can we do as individuals to build resilience against radicalization and extremism?

Becki Neidens: At home in nature

Nick Thorburg: A reading with visual artist and writer Nick Thornburg

Sarah Reilly: A reading with Sarah

Tina Welling: Tuesdays in Prison: What I Learned Teaching Inmates to Journal

Kelly Dehnert: Into the Fire: Serve Under a Toxic Leader

Poetry readings: Sept. 18, 9:30 p.m.-12 p.m.

Mat Daly: Manuscript Reading in Progress with Matt Daly

Echo Klaporoth: Find Pastures

Myra L. Peak: For the love of coal

Barbara Smith: put a name on it

Carol Deering: biography poetry

Lori Howe: Ocean, Ocean: Cadralore and Other Poems

Natalie “Callum” Ryback: A Poetry Reading with Natalie “Callum” Ryback

Betsy Berndfeld: The cathedral is burning

KK King: The lyrics are poetry

Claire Cella: A reading with Claire

Nanette Langston: The Labyrinth Among Other Collected Poems

Mandie Hines: A Reading with Mandie Hines

For more information on each author or events, check out https://bookmarkedfestival.com/ or stop by the Lander Library!

This program is sponsored in part by the LOR Foundation and the Lander Chamber of Commerce.

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