Megan Snyder Camp & Rachel Richardson

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Megan Snyder Camp & Rachel Richardson
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We warmly welcome Seattle poet Megan Snyder-Camp, known for her readings locally and for her work with First Book and other organizations, back to Elliott Bay today to read from two new books. Wintering (Tupelo Press) is a research-based poetry collection engaged with the indigenous language records collected by Lewis & Clark; and The Gunnywolf (Bear Star) is a personal, social-justice focused look at whiteness, racism, and mothering in an everyday sort of wilderness. She is a Pushcart Prize winner and has read her work on the PBS News Hour. She is joined by Bay Area poet Rachel Richardson, a former Wallace Stegner Fellow and regular reviewer and essayist for The Kenyon Review and the Poetry Foundation, reading from her just-released collection Hundred-Year Wave (Carnegie Mellon University Press). ‘Transmission,’ a poem from this collection, was published recently in The New York Times Magazine.
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By: Elliott Bay Book Company