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Local Knowledge is Advised with Kim Stafford

To tell the story of your place, to be the local bard, the singer, we will jot fragments for development as poems, essays, stories, and songs: profile of the local character, evocation of a neglected place, field guide to creatures you have met, and other short forms of what a Spanish philosopher called "salvations"--concise writing to save an encounter, a discovery, an incantation from daily life. Kim Stafford is the author of Having Everything Right: Essays of Place (Pharos, 2016) and has taught writing at Lewis & Clark College since 1979.

Code:16F8351056GA
Dates:October 14, 2016 Check for other dates
Meets:F : 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Hours:3.00
Location:Village Books--Readings Gallery
Instructor:Kim Stafford
Fee:$45


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