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04/18/2024 - 7:00pm
A Book for All Seasons is excited to be a part of this celebration of Earth Day and National Poetry Month in partnership with the Wenatchee Valley College's Visiting Writers Series. Join us for a poetry reading by author Kurt Caswell and student writers from 7-8 p.m. in The Grove Recital Hall, Music and Art Center, on the Wenatchee campus. Caswell will read from his work, and winners of WVC’s annual Earth Day Poetry Contest will join him on stage to read their winning submissions. A book signing will follow the reading (including his new book!). Author Bio Kurt Caswell is the author of four books of nonfiction, most recently Iceland Summer: Travels Along the Ring Road, Laika's Window: The Legacy of a Soviet Space Dog; and Getting to Grey Owl: Journeys on Four Continents. In May, his new book, Going to See: 30 Writers on Nature, Inspiration, and the World of Barry Lopez will be released. He holds an MA in English from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College, and an MFA in literature and creative writing from Bennington College, where he was recipient of the Lucy Grealy Memorial Scholarship. He was a 2001 fellow at Fishtrap writers’ conference, and a 2007 fellow at the MacDowell Colony. He has taught in the MFA program at Vermont College of Fine Arts, and is professor of creative writing and literature in the Honors College at Texas Tech University. He lives in Lubbock, Texas. Caswell was born in Fairbanks, Alaska, and grew up in the Cascade Range in Oregon. He has lived in Idaho off and on since 1987. He has worked as a teacher in Hokkaido, Japan, on the Navajo Reservation, and at schools in Arizona, California, and Wyoming.