Aunt Lute author events in March

Aunt Lute authors across the country are gearing up for a busy month! Mark your calendars for March events with Nancy Agabian, Judy Grahn, and LeAnne Howe in Palo Alto, Minneapolis, New York, and Edmond, Oklahoma during the month of March. Check out the list below and attend an event in your city.

Nancy Agabian:

Community Writing Exercise Studio
March 15
New York City

The Community Writing Exercise Series with Nancy Agabian, author of Me as her again: True Stories of an Armenian Daughter, continues in March. This event is “geared for all writers, from beginning to advanced, to flex their creativity and to explore issues of place and identity.”

ETERNiDAY: Queens Poet Lore Festival
March 15
Queens Museum of Art

Agabian joins other artists for an all-day festival “showcasing a diverse selection of poets, artists, musicians, performers, educators, and publishers from the borough and beyond.”

Judy Grahn:

7th Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference
March 15
Palo Alto, CA

Judy Grahn, author of A Simple Revolution: The Making of an Activist Poet and executive core faculty member in the Women’s Spirituality Program at Sofia University, will lecture at the 7th Annual APA Pyschology Conference held at the university. Check the link above for more details.

LeAnne Howe:

Reading at University of Central Oklahoma
March 11
Edmond, OK

LeAnne Howe, author of Choctalking on Other Realities, will read at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Reading at Birchbark Books
March 18
Minneapolis, MN

Howe will head to Minneapolis for a reading at Birchbark Books. She will be joined by fellow author Eric Gansworth. Visit Howe’s blog for information and stories about her past and future events.

 

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