Win a Signed Copy of The Hour of Land by Terry Tempest Williams

“There is a cost in disrupting the status quo, but what is the cost if we do nothing?” This question was asked by Terry Tempest Williams, author of Refuge and When Women Were Birds, during a reading and book-signing in Seattle, WA in June 2016.

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Literary America: Ten Places to Visit for National Author’s Day

Mark your calendars and make some plans!  November 1st is National Author’s Day.  In 1929, the General Federation of Women’s Clubs created the day to honor America’s writers; in 1949, the day was officially recognized by the U.S. Department of Congress. The resolution states, in part, that “[b]y celebrating author’s day as a nation, we…

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