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Legendary Artists on Identity and Remembering: Vulnerability in Creating Across Genres

Ground-breaking Mexican-American musician, artist, and activist Joan Baez joins accomplished writer, professor, and tribal leader Chairman Greg Sarris in a conversation about writing, creating, and legacy. Sarris is co-executive producer of…
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Creative Nonfiction as Reclamation and Confrontation

This captivating discussion featuring two dynamic and boundary-pushing authors, Myriam Gurba and Ingrid Rojas Contreras, delves into the multifaceted realms of intersectional Latinx identities, the expansive landscape of creative nonfiction,…
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Identity, Resilience, and Shared History: Tommy Orange and Greg Sarris

This conversation between celebrated novelists Tommy Orange and Greg Sarris will span the intersection of historical trauma, identity, and resilience within Indigenous communities, as explored in their respective works. Orange has explored the…
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My Body, My Desire: Sexuality, Desire, and Queerness in Literature

Join us for a captivating panel discussion moderated by author Lucy Jane Bledsoe (author of Tell the Rest and No Stopping Us Now) and featuring three acclaimed writers—R.O. Kwon, Brontez Purnell, and Sam Sax—as they delve into the rich and…
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Black Women: Reclaiming our Legacies and Futures

This panel centers the throughlines of Black women’s lives—past, present, and future—through the multidisciplinary lenses of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. In the nonfiction realm, Maryemma Graham’s The House Where My Soul Lives: The…