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Tuesday
10
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Prized Writers in Conversation: Ed Bok Lee and Kaethe Schwehn

19:00
20:30

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This event is Free and open to the public.

Dive deeper into the work of two acclaimed storytellers in this writers in conversation event. Minnesota Book Award winners Ed Bok Lee, author of the poetry collections Real Karaoke People and Whorled, and memoirist, poet, and novelist Kaethe Schwehn, author of Tailings: A Memoir and the recent novel The Rending and the Nest, discuss how the personal becomes poetic, reflect on their influences and writing life, and read excerpts. Sign language interpretation and other accommodations available with advance notice.

This event is presented by The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library with the Viking Library System and Thorson Memorial Library. Funding was made possible in part by the State of Minnesota through a grant to the Minnesota Department of Education, as well as a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and monies from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.