The Fall 2019 Two Rivers Reading Series reading and discussion sessions.
Donte Collins discusses their book of poetry Autopsy.
Lesley Nneka Arimah discusses her book of short stories What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky.
Charles Baxter discusses his book of short stories There’s Something I Want You to Do.
Editor Sun Yung Shin and authors David Lawrence Grant and Andrea Jenkins read and discuss the anthology A Good Time for the Truth.
Gretchen Marquette reads and discusses her book of poetry May Day.
Bao Phi reads from his book of poetry Sông I Sing.
Pamela Carter Joern reads from her book of short stories In Reach.
Ethan Rutherford reads and discusses book of short stories The Peripatetic Coffin.
Poet Matt Rasmussen reads and discusses his book of poetry Black Aperture.
Graphic novelist Tyler Page reads and discusses his graphic novel Nothing Better.
Poet Cary Waterman reads and discusses her book of poetry Book of Fire.
Marya Hornbacher reads from her memoir Madness: A Bipolar Life.
Scott Wrobel, Anoka-Ramsey instructor, reads and discusses his book of short stories Cul de Sac.
Penumbra Theater presents a reading and discussion of Spunk, a play based on three short stories by Zora Neale Hurston.
Kate Kysar reads and discusses her book of poetry Pretend the World.
Diane Wilson reads and discusses her memoir Spirit Car.
Wang Ping reads and discusses her book of short stories The Last Communist Virgin.