Talking Turns Reading Series

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Please join us for the last Talking Turns Reading Series on Tuesday, December 8, at 7 p.m. at Pages Bookshop. Sponsored by John Lamb & Springfed Arts, it will be hosted by Mindy LePere & Joy Gaines-Friedler. Author Nancy Owen Nelson will join us this month.

Talking Turns: How do our musings turn the corner into our writing? We want to offer a chance for prose and poetry to take turns and for the audience to be involved. Featured authors will share their work, as well as a poem or paragraph from another writer who has influenced them. We want to turn the reading into conversation - sort of ruminate around a campfire, the only glow coming from the warmth of Susan Murphy’s bookstore and a plastic glass of reasonable wine.

Nancy Owen Nelson teaches at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan. She has edited and co-edited several academic books such as The Selected Letters of Frederick Manfred: 1932-1954 (with Arthur R. Huseboe) and Private Voices, Public Lives: Women Speak on the Literary Life. She has published critical essays in journals such as The South Dakota Review and Western American Literature, as well as creative nonfiction and poetry in several journals and anthologies. She teaches memoir workshops for Springfed Arts literary and music organization in the Detroit area. Her recently published memoir, Searching for Nannie B: Connecting Three Generations of Southern Women, was released in June, 2015.
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