Tuesday, July 27, 2010
BJC's Literary Events August 2010 & Beyond
August 3,10,17, 24, 31 7:00 pm Poetry Class with Diane Seuss.
September 12, Kerrytown Book Festival in Ann Arbor, MI at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market. BJC's panel, Michigan Lit, will take place in the Kerrytown Concert House at Noon. Moderator Eric Olsen leads a discussion with Bonnie Jo Campbell, Michael Zadoorian, Kristina Riggle & Wendy Webb.
September 27 - Oct 4 Residency, Old Dominion University and reading on Oct. 4
October 4, 2:00 Village Bookstore(Norfolk) Reading at Literary Festival, 33rd annual, Old Dominion University, Virginia writing conference.
October 19 lunchtime Presentation at the Kalamazoo Radisson for Michigan Community Action Agency Association, to discuss how poor folks cobble together lives and livelihoods in Michigan... in my fiction. 12:30 pm. (Prairies Ballroom on the hotel's "Plaza" level.
October 27, 7:00 Women & Children First, Chicago, reading with Diane Seuss, award winning poet and local goddess of fertility and song.
November 3-7, 2010 Sanibel Island Writers Conference
November 10 - 3-4 visit Katherine Joslin's class, 4025 Brown, WMU
November 19 - Skype with Dawn Newton's class, 3:00 - 3:45.
January 5-16, 2011 - Pacific University Residency
January 20-21 (Thurs-Friday)- Winter Institute (American Booksellers Association) in Washington D.C. http://www.bookweb.org/events/institute/wi6schedule.html
February 2-5 2011 AWP Washington D.C.
February 9 2011 University of Michigan -- Detroit campus
February 12, 2011 Allegan Reading, Griswold Auditorium 7 pm.
February 17, 2011 Central Michigan Univ. reading and class visit
March 2, University of Vermont reading and class visit.
Rally of Writers, April 2, http://www.arallyofwriters.com/
April 16, Midwest Literary Walk, Chelsea, Michigan, at about noon.
April 27-28, Traverse City Michigan Writers Event.
June 16-26 - Pacific University Summer Residency
March 8, 2012 - Oakland University
(Thank you Kathy Hansen for sending this photo of the Ludington Book Group who read American Salvage, and who also found me in the latest Trains Magazine.)