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12/01/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Jordan Salama with Michael Shapiro
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
A journalist and TV producer who works in both English and Spanish, Jordan Salama’s debut, Every Day the River Changes: Four Weeks Down the Magdalena (Catapult), received such awards as the Ricardo Piglia Award and Stanley J. Stein Prize for Best Senior Thesis at Princeton University (yes, he’s young - this started as a senior thesis) on the way to becoming a book. “Jordan Salama writes with an attentiveness, and a sense of adventure, that many of us might envy; this engaging, intrepid debut promises many more wonders to come. Already he’s shown himself to be a writer with a rare (and inspiring) commitment to giving us the world.” —Pico Iyer. “The book is more than a notable achievement in travel literature and more than a clarifying window into a misunderstood culture; it is a book of conscience and open-heartedness . . . It is a privilege to savor, if vicariously, this harvest of a promising writer’s vivid journeys.” —Kirkus Reviews. “This is a born journalist.”—John McPhee. Joining Jordan Salama in virtual conversation will be rafting guide, interview journalist (Spark), and author Michael Shapiro. His recent book is The Creative Spark: How Musicians, Writers, Explorers, and Other Artists Found Their Inner Fire and Followed Their Dreams. Co-presented by Orion & Elliott Bay Book Company.   Registration/information  
 

12/02/2021 - 5:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Random House
Brené Brown
Virtually Hosted by Random House
Random House invites you to join #1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Brené Brown for a special, one-night-only event to launch Atlas of the Heart on Thursday, December 2, at 5 pm Pacific Time /8 p.m. Eastern Time on Zoom. In Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience, Brené takes us on a journey through eighty-seven of the emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human. As she maps the necessary skills and an actionable framework for meaningful connection, she gives us the language and tools to access a universe of new choices and second chances—a universe where we can share and steward the stories of our bravest and most heartbreaking moments with one another in a way that builds connection. She writes, “In a sea of constant uncertainty and change, Atlas of the Heart is a book about finding the solid ground within us, and safely navigating our way back to ourselves and each other. This book offers a collection of tools, including new language that helps us more accurately talk about our emotions and experiences and a new model for cultivating meaningful connection.” Your ticket includes admission to this exclusive event and a hardcover copy of Atlas of the Heart ($30 retail price), as well as sales tax and free Media Mail shipping. International shipping is not available for this event. Ticket sales end at 9 am Pacific Time on December 2nd. We are also offering an "in-store pickup" ticket option for this event. Please contact the hosting bookstore (Elliott Bay Book Company) with any questions. We can’t wait to see you there! Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston, where she holds the Huffington Foundation–Brené Brown Endowed Chair at the Graduate College of Social Work. She is also a visiting professor in management at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business. Brown has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy and is the author of five #1 New York Times bestsellers: The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, Braving the Wilderness, and Dare to Lead. With Tarana Burke, she co-edited the bestselling anthology You Are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame Resilience, and the Black Experience. She hosts the Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead podcasts, and her TEDx talk, “The Power of Vulnerability,” is one of the top five most-viewed TED talks in the world with more than 50 million views. Her Netflix special, The Call to Courage, is the first filmed lecture by a researcher on the streaming service.   Registration/information  
 

12/02/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Keila Vall de la Ville & Kristen Millares Young
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
This evening’s virtual reading brings acclaimed Venezuelan editor, poet, and fiction writer Keila Vall de la Ville ‘to’ Seattle to read with Seattle writer and long time Elliott Bay friend Kristen Millares Young. For Keila Vall de la Ville, presently based in New York, occasioning this evening is the newly published translation of her brilliant award-winning novel, Los días animales as The Animal Days (Katakana Editores, translated by Robin Myers). This book!  “This is the story of a woman searching for her own limits, a woman who initially appears to find fulfillment in pain and misfortune—but who ultimately achieves, in the course of her uprooting, an inner peace that may be either solid or very fragile (novels don’t tell us everything). Traveling half the world over, Keila Vall narrates an itinerary that is an adventure, a travel chronicle, and a metaphor for discovery: a journey through the essential things that have been deep inside us all along, but which we must spend a long time seeking before we can find, recognize, and accept them.”— Antonio Muñoz Molina. “I had never read a novel like The Animal Days. It’s like being naked at night in the forest, like loving your killer in the sacred wild, like eating your own thoughts for days and, then, climbing the bluff only to be abandoned. A woman (maybe you?) follows a trail to herself. to survive, she’ll make a path from bits of heart, flesh, death, memory... and think it’s love. But will it save her? Will it betray the beast she suspects lives inside her? Of course I loved this novel. Are you kidding me? How could I not?”— Anjanette Delgado. Award-winning journalist-now-novelist Kristen Millares Young will get to do a reading unmediated by the pandemic one of these days; we are grateful for what she’s done online reading her own work or discussing the writing of others. Her 2020 novel, Subduction (Red Hen Press), received Silver Nautilus and IPPY awards, was shortlisted for a VCU Cabell First Novelist Award, and was also finalist for two International Latino Book Awards and a Foreword Indies Book of the Year Award. “At its heart, Subduction is all about stories — the stories that constitute personal, family and cultural identity and, perhaps more important here, the stories that people tell, about themselves and to themselves, to make life meaningful and livable…there are passages of quiet beauty, deep emotion and sharp observation.”— The Washington Post.   Registration/information  
 

12/02/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by LANGSTON
Wil Haygood with Michelle Flowers-Taylor
Virtually Hosted by LANGSTON
We are delighted to be collaborating with our friends at LANGSTON for this virtual appearance by acclaimed journalist, author, and scholar (presently a Visiting Distinguished Scholar at Miami University of Ohio) Wil Haygood. He chronicles one hundred years of Black filmmaking in his extraordinary new book, Colorization: One Hundred Years of Black Films in a White World (Knopf). “Starting in 1915 with D.W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation and spanning all the way to present-day Hollywood with sections on Black Panther and Jordan Peele, the book is an exhaustive look at the way cinema, race, and history have all changed, commingled, and adapted over the past 100 years. At once a film book, a history book, and a civil rights book, Haygood’s tome is a stunning achievement in every possible way: extensively researched, intricately detailed, beautifully written, and massively entertaining. Colorization is, without a doubt, not only the very best film book of 2021, but it is also one of the best books of the year in any genre. An absolutely essential read.” - Shondaland. Wil Haygood’s other books include Tigerland, Showdown, In Black and White, and The Butler, which was made into a film directed by Lee Daniels. Co-presented by LANGSTON & Elliott Bay Book Company.   Registration/information  
 

12/03/2021 - 5:30pm

at Little Sài Gòn Creative
Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai Booksigning Appearance!
at Little Sài Gòn Creative
1227 S Weller St, Suite A
Seattle, WA 98144
We are delighted to help promote and present this heretofore unanticipated special booksigning appearance by award-winning, bestselling novelist and poet Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai at the wonderful Little Saigon Creative space that is part of the good non-profit work of Friends of Little Sài Gòn. Since her much-loved novel, The Mountains Sing (Algonquin) was first published in March 2020, we had hopes for an in-person visit, with a tour scheduled to include the Seattle Public Library at that time. Then the pandemic, and appearances with her for both the hardcover and the paperback have been virtual. This U.S. trip is occasioned by The Mountains Sing being a runner-up nominee for the prestigious Dayton Literary Peace Prize, that ceremony drawing her over. For a list of honors, awards, and praise Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai has received for this luminous book, click here. “A sweeping story that positions Vietnamese life within the ​rich and luminous history of national epics like The Tale of Kiều and The Iliad. Expansive in scope and feeling, The Mountains Sing is a feat of hope, an unflinchingly felt inquiry into the past, with the courageous storytelling of the present.”—Ocean Vuong. Elliott Bay should  have both copies of The Mountains Sing and her translated book of poetry, The Secret of Hoa Sen at this signing. Please come meet Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai, get your book signed and also enjoy the Little Sài Gòn Creative space. This opened as the pandemic altered life in every way early last year, offering a welcome, needed community gathering place and Library, and is now becoming known by more as things have started to open once again. This is a project of Friends of Little Sài Gòn, which is conducting its 10th Anniversary fundraising campaign this fall, and which is most worthy of support. Presented by Friends of Little Sài Gòn & Elliott Bay Book Company.  
 

12/03/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Donna Sandstrom
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
In 2002, a young orca was discovered near Seattle - lost, alone, and 300 miles away from home. Six months later she was rescued, rehabilitated, and returned to her pod on the north end of Vancouver Island. Today Springer is thriving, with two calves of her own and another on the way. It's the only successful orca reunion in history! Orca Rescue!: The True Story of an Orphaned Orca Named Springer (KidsCan Press), written by Donna Sandstrom and illustrated by Unama'ki (Cape Breton Island) based visual artist Sarah Burwash, tells the riveting story of how two countries and hundreds of people worked together to return Springer to her family. Donna Sandstrom will share photos and inside stories based on her perspective as a community organizer on the project. The presentation will follow Springer's story from discovery through successful release, and subsequent reunions. Children and families will be inspired by this true and hopeful story, and learn how the lessons we learned from Springer can help us recover southern resident orcas today. Author Donna Sandstrom is the Founder/Director of The Whale Trail. In 2002 she was a community organizer on the effort to reunite Springer with her family and went on to found The Whale Trail in 2008, with many members of Springer's team. Today there are more than 130 sites, spanning four states and two countries. She has recently served as a member of Governor Inslee's Orca Recovery Task Force.   Registration/information  
 

12/04/2021 - 10:00am

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Khadija Abdalla Bajaber
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
The first of two programs today that will traverse the world is this with award-winning debut novelist and poet Khadija Abdalla Bajaber, who will be with us in Seattle’s sister city of Mombasa, with her utterly beguiling, knowing novel, The House of Rust. Chosen by A. Igoni Barrett as the winner of Graywolf Press’ inaugural African Fiction Prize, this is the coming-of-age tale of a young girl unlike any other we know, one involving real quests, trials, other-than-human powers encountered. “Join a girl and a talking cat on a magical realist sea voyage.In this debut novel, Aisha, a Mombasa girl, goes to sea on a boat made of a fish skeleton to find her missing father. Accompanying her is a wise, skinny, yellow, and very talkative cat, Hamza. This is magical realism, Kenya-style. The author reaches into the mythology of her Hadrami culture to conjure talking animals and discursive sea creatures as she charts her heroine’s journey from home and back … This is a novel of tradition, ritual, and mystical adventure … An adventure tale rife with creatures and immersed in the Hadrami culture of Kenya.” - Kirkus Reviews. “Khadija Abdalla Bajaber’s sentences are lasers, probing the crenellations and crevices of the human heart … The House of Rust is as labyrinthine, magical, and multilayered as Mombasa itself …”- Shailja Patel.  “A radiant addition to the constellations of transcultural literature.”- Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor. Registration/information  
 

12/04/2021 - 1:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Ayşegül Savaş with Meghan O'Rourke
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
From Mombasa at 10 a.m. Seattle time, we virtually go to Paris for this program with novelist Ayşegül Savaş. We would have wished her to visit for her captivating debut novel, Walking on the Ceiling. Travel through the U.S. didn’t happen for that book, which also came before these online programs took wing. Delayed pleasure that it is, it’s also with her quietly compelling new novel, White on White (Riverhead), that we are able to  have this ‘visit.’ A young woman takes rented quarters while in a city to research Gothic nudes. Her landlady, ostensibly living in another city, sooner becomes more and more a part of the younger woman’s life - and the pull of this riveting novel.  “Despite the thriller-ish underpinning of the novel and the propulsive unfolding of the relationship at the book’s heart, Savas’ graceful and intellectual prose is the star of the show here. It makes air-light what might otherwise be a novel ponderous with weighty questions: What is the nature of art? Does it reveal or conceal? What is the nature of human connection? . . . . Like a prism, this novel brilliantly illuminates the human spectrum of connection and longing.” —Kirkus Reviews. “In the middle ages, human skin was seen as a blanket stretched to cover a secret, inner life, writes Ayşegül Savaş. Reading White on White for me is like an outer skin which you open layer by layer as you read; gentle, mysterious and profound.”—Marina Abramović. “Ayşegül Savaş’ White on White is marvelous, as elegant as an opaque sheet of ice that belies the swift and turbulent waters beneath.”—Lauren Groff. Joining Ayşegül Savaş today is Meghan O'Rourke, whose new book Invisible Kingdom, will be published on March 22. 2022. Meghan O'Rourke is the author of The Long Goodbye and the poetry collections Sun in Days, Once, and Halflife. The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and other awards, she is the editor of The Yale Review. Her writing appears in The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and more. Registration/information  
 
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12/06/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Seattle Public Library
Shayda Kafai with Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Virtually Hosted by Seattle Public Library
Shayda Kafai is an Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She is also a self-described ‘queer, Mad, femme of colour’ … committed to ‘enacting the many ways we can reclaim our bodyminds from intersecting systems of oppression.’ She is also the author of the important new book, Crip Kinship: The Disability Justice & Art Activism of Sins Invalid (Arsenal Pulp Press). Centering on the story of Sins Invalid, a Bay Area-based performance group that puts ‘disabled, queer, trans, and gender-nonconforming bodyminds of colour’ to the fore, Crip Kinship includes an illuminating foreword by Patty Berne, co-founder, and executive and artistic director of Sins Invalid. “As a long-time admirer of Sins Invalid, I am grateful for Dr. Shayda Kafai's Crip Kinship. Crip wisdom and disability justice are what we need right now. A must-read for anyone who wants to understand the origins of disability justice. -Alice Wong. Virtually joining in conversation will be Seattle-based Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinh, a queer disabled nonbinary femme writer, educator and disability/transformative justice worker of Burgher/Tamil Sri Lankan and Irish/Roma ascent. They are the author or co-editor of nine books, including most recently, co-edited with Ejeris Dixon, Beyond Survival, Stories and Strategies from the Transformative Justice Movement. Tonguebreaker, They are the 2020 recipient of the Lambda Foundation’s Jeanne Cørdova Prize in Lesbian/Queer Nonfiction, recognizing ‘a lifetime of work documenting the complexity of queer experience’ and are also the recipient of the groundbreaking 2020 US Artists Disability Futures Fellowship. This program is presented by the Seattle Public Library and Elliott Bay Book Company and will be (virtually) hosted by Seattle Public Library as a Zoom webinar. Registration is required and you will have the option to register for the event (free) OR register for the event and buy a copy of the book, which will be shipped via Media Mail within the Continental U.S. ONLY. International orders may be placed on the Elliott Bay website. Zoom links will be sent out via Eventbrite two days before the event. Registration/information  
 

12/07/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Raúl Sánchez/Tlaltecatl & Katerina Canyon
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Two excellent poets who call Seattle home read from new collections in this virtual joint reading. A 2019 and 2020 Pushcart Prize nominee, Katerina Canyon will be highlighting her new full-length book of poems, Surviving Home (Kelsay Books). “Katerina Canyon’s poems offer intimate accounts of home as the locus of danger — and homeland as a state of oppression. They are at once urgent and mysterious, full of ocean depths and surging currents. Far from nostalgia, home inspires in this poet a vigilance, keeping watch on herself and others. Her very language is charged with the alert intelligence that offers a means of survival, and metaphors that transform pain into poetry.”—Devin Johnston. “Katerina Canyon’s poems dive into history unafraid to explore the complexity of home and family and acknowledge: the sea is filled with bones. This powerful, engaging collection where we see the billowing skirt of sunset asks again and again: How do get past our pasts? Smart, poignant, compassionate, Canyon’s poems remind us that strength happens despite one’s childhood and one’s country; they exclaim, We can choose whether we are stuck / In darkness or in light.”—Kelli Russell Agodon. Raúl Sánchez/Tlatecatl will be reading from his beautiful new book of poems, When There Were No Borders (FlowerSong Press) - the beauty including cover artist Fulgencio Laza and illustrations within by René Julio. “Light, sound, and language create paths of profound depth and compassion  in this collection of poetry. As symbols and languages intertwine, a dancing spectrum of experiences shines from the many stories and images of these poems like light through a prism. “Tonight, I find myself sewing memories,” writes the poet, and each poem in this collection is stitched with care and suffused with vitality, urgency, and beauty.” – Laura Da’. “Raúl Sánchez’s long-awaited 2nd book is a gift, a gateway, a harvest. These poems present and re-present our “tongue,” our “language,” our “culture and pride.” Steeped in history and “blood blood blood” unforgotten and dignified, these poems are never what you expect yet are as familiar as an ancestral landscape. Deeply layered like culture itself, this book es una flor, multi-petalled, many-voiced — sin frontera and utterly unique. From rich love poems to Nerudaesque declamaciónes to canciones and cantos, this book represents as we were, and are, When There Were No Borders, by presenting the multiverse that is US of America through the voice of one, Raúl Sánchez, crossing borders.” – Lorna Dee Cervantes. Registration/information  
 

12/07/2021 - 7:30pm

Hosted In-Person & Virtually by Town Hall Seattle
Art Wolfe with Ruskin Hartley
Hosted In-Person & Virtually by Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Esteemed Seattle photographer Art Wolfe gives in-person and virtual attendees a portrait of something we know well in this part of the world at this time of year - night and the dark - with his presentation for his newest book, Night on Earth (Earth Aware Editions). Human life in the dark, animal life in the dark, and the world itself at night are part of this beautiful addition to Art Wolfe’s extraordinary, decades-spanning body of work. Co-presented with The International Dark-Sky Association and Town Hall Seattle Science, in partnership with Elliott Bay Book Company.   Tickets/registration/information  
 

12/08/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Juhea Kim with Steph Cha
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
A writer born in Incheon, Korea, who lived in Portland as a child, and has since returned to live there, Juhea Kim virtually visits up I-5 for her bravura debut novel, Beasts of a Little Land (Ecco). "Beasts of a Little Land is a stunning chronicle of the Korean peninsula during the tumultuous decades leading to independence and partition. Told through the lives of a rich cast of characters—courtesans, Japanese generals, and revolutionaries—whose stories intertwine in the most unexpected ways, it is by turns political and sensual, epic and intimate. It is also a profound meditation on place; Kim evokes the urban and natural landscapes of Korea with transporting beauty. This novel will devastate you and then still you with its wise meditations on love and loss. I couldn’t put it down." -Alexis Schaitkin. “Beasts of a Little Land is an emotional, raw, and moving novel about friendship and the struggle for Korean independence. It is a novel unlike anything I've read. Most importantly, though, it is a novel about love. Juhea Kim writes beautifully in a way that makes it difficult to put this novel down. I loved it.”-Brandon Hobson. In conversation with Juhea Kim will be award-winning novelist Steph Cha, author of Dead Soon Enough, Beware Beware, Follow Her Home, and, most recently, Your House Will Pay. Registration/information  
 
 

12/10/2021 - 9:00am

Virtually hosted by the Frye Art Museum
Cultivating Compassion: 2021 Virtual Creative Aging Conference
Virtually hosted by the Frye Art Museum
The Frye Art Museum and Centrum present the 2021 Creative Aging Conference: Cultivating Compassion, a virtual program designed for lifelong learners and professionals from diverse disciplines. Rooted in a discussion of compassion and empathy, the conference will focus on how we care for ourselves, each other, and the natural world. Speakers from multiple disciplines and life experiences will offer perspectives on the many ways we seek and build connections across time, culture, and language. This year’s keynote speaker is  James R. Doty, Senior Editor of The Oxford Handbook of Compassion Science and the author of Into the Magic Shop: A Neurosurgeon's Quest to Discover the Mysteries of the Brain and the Secrets of the Heart. He will appear in conversation with Dr. Kristoffer Rhoads, a neuropsychologist at UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center and an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Today’s program also features a talk by photojournalist Hannah Reyes Morales on her “Living Lullabies'' project on families’ nighttime rituals;  a conversation on food and memory between singer/songwriter Michelle Zauner (of Japanese Breakfast), author of Crying in H Mart, and food writer Sara Dickerman; and a conversation on the “Grandmother Effect,” featuring Seattle Times environmental reporter Lynda V. Mapes, author of Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home in conversation with Jay Julius, co-founder/president of the Indigenous non-profit Se’Si’Le and former Chairman of Lummi Nation. Co-presented by the Frye Art Museum & Centrum. Registration/information  
 

12/10/2021 - 5:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Phaidon
Annie Leibovitz
Virtually Hosted by Phaidon
Join Annie Leibovitz, one of the most influential photographers of our time, for an exclusive public, virtual event to mark the publication of Wonderland (Phaidon),  hosted by Phaidon. Fashion has been both the subject of, and the vehicle for, many of Leibovitz’s images, which have graced the covers and interiors of countless publications and magazines around the world. In conversation with her longtime editor at Phaidon, Deb Aaronson, Leibovitz will share stories from her ambitious fashion shoots—including looks by designers such Alexander McQueen, Yves Saint Laurent, and Rei Kawakubo—alongside tales of her encounters with a wide and diverse range of icons: from fashion designers such as Stella McCartney and Karl Lagerfeld to Kate Moss, Serena Williams, politicians Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi, and cultural figures—Queen Elizabeth II, Lady Gaga, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie—to name a few.   Starting in 1970, when Leibovitz began creating what became her ground-breaking work for Rolling Stone, to her work at Vogue and Vanity Fair in the 1980s, and through to present day, Leibovitz will reflect on her career, the individuals she has photographed, the editors she has worked with, and how her distinctive approach has developed and evolved over the last half century. On Friday, December 10, spend an evening with the legendary photographer as she grants you a passport to Wonderland, a world where fashion is revealed in unexpected subjects and places, and photography is celebrated in its highest form. Pre-order your copy of Wonderland today!   Event Register  
 

12/10/2021 - 6:00pm

Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Fazal Sheikh & Terry Tempest Williams
Virtually Hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company
Thirty years (yes) after she first came to Elliott Bay to read from her telling book, Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place, and with appearances along the way for an extraordinary body of work written since, the beloved Terry Tempest Williams makes this virtual return with photographer Fazal Sheikh for a book, a book, beautiful and profound, The Moon is Behind Us (Steidl). A collaborative project that the two were working on was interrupted by Covid-19 - as was so much else. In touch as they were electronically, Fazal Sheikh then made a gift to Terry Tempest Williams, sending her thirty photographs drawn from his years of work in a single parcel. She in turn would send back letters for each photograph. Not originally intended for publication, those photographs and these letters - written in July and August 2020, when the pandemic was raging, as was acute crisis throughout the U.S. and the world -  now make a  book that  is eloquent testimony to spirit, to vision and voice tested, tried, and regenerative. Fazal Sheikh is the author of fifteen monographs, has exhibited around the world, and is artist-in-residence at High Meadows Environmental Institute, Princeton University. Terry Tempest Williams most recent books include When Women Were Birds, The Hour of Land, and Erosion: Essays of Undoing. She continues to write from Castle Valley, Utah, while also serving as  writer-in-residence at Harvard Divinity School. Registration/information  
 
 
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