Date: Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 2 p.m.
Place: The Zephyr Theatre, 601 Main St. N. in Stillwater
Hear 9 local writers of poetry, memoir, and fiction:
Emmett Carolan · Klay Eckles · Lizzie Harris · KateLynn Hibbard · Scott Jacobs · Livia Klemetsrud · Laura Scott · Kimberly Schneider · Nicole Schumacher
The event is free with complimentary light appetizers. Beverages may be purchased at the bar.
Donations are appreciated to benefit The Zephyr Theatre.
KateLynn Hibbard is the author of three collections of poetry, including her most recent book, Simples, published by Howling Bird Press, which won the publisher’s 2018 Poetry Prize. Sweet Weight was published by Tiger Bark Press, and Sleeping Upside Down, Silverfish Press, won the Gerald Cable Book Award.
KateLynn also is the editor of the anthology When We Become Weavers: Queer Female Poets on the Midwest Experience, Squares & Rebels Press. She is a long-time singer with One Voice Mixed Chorus, a professor of writing and women’s history at Minneapolis College, and lives with many pets and her spouse Jan in St. Paul.
Laura Scott is the author of the memoir, The Victory Daughter, published in 2019. It is Laura’s story beginning when she was born so tiny it was unlikely she would live. With the help of the March of Dimes, she not only survived but thrived beyond expectations. Yet she is haunted by the childbirth tragedies of her two siblings before her, and jolted by subsequent losses. In this memoir, Laura learns to cultivate gratitude and courage, emerging victorious.
Laura is a preschool teacher, infant massage therapist, and a proud mother and wife. She lives in Stillwater and values storytelling and keeping loving memories alive.
About When Writing Meets Art
Elissa Cottle founded the literary reading series in 2011. She hosts three readings per year at The Zephyr Theatre, for which she serves on its Board of Trustees. To be considered as a future reader in this series, please send a sample of your work in memoir, fiction, or poetry to email@example.com.
The next reading: Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019 at 2 p.m. at The Zephyr Theatre