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Reminder Montana Book Festival’s Emerging Writer’s Contest

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Missoula hosts the Montana Book Festival every autumn. It’s a great event chalked full of readings, panels, meetings with authors and publishers and presses. This year, the Festival is introducing a writing contest that’s open to regional new writers who live in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and Washington.

Cash prizes and the chance to read your original work at the Festival in September. Cool. Deadline is May 15, 2016.

Check out contest details at www.montanabookfestival.org/contest.

 

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Episode 137 – Mark Gibbons / Galway Kinn

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Episode 137 – Mark Gibbons / Galway Kinnell – Poet Mark Gibbons ​reflects on the deep nostalgia of homecoming. He pairs his thoughts with a poem by Pulitzer prize-winning author, Galway Kinnell. http://ow.ly/8JU19X

Episode 136 – Toby Thompson / Ken McCull

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Episode 136 – Toby Thompson / Ken McCullough – Toby Thompson reflects on the conflicted feelings of those not chosen for service in times of war. He pairs his thoughts with a poem by Ken McCullough. http://ow.ly/8JpFni

Montana Book Festival’s Emerging Writer’s Contest

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MBF_POSTCARD_BLUEMissoula hosts the Montana Book Festival every autumn. It’s a great event chalked full of readings, panels, meetings with authors and publishers and presses. This year, the Festival is introducing a writing contest that’s open to regional new writers who live in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and Washington.

Cash prizes and the chance to read your original work at the Festival in September. Cool. Deadline is May 15, 2016.

Check out contest details at www.montanabookfestival.org/contest.

 

Emma Torzs (MFA 2012) Reading and Q&A

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UM Fiction alum, Emma Torzs (MFA 2012), reads and does a Q & A for The Oval students

 

When: Monday, April 11, 6:30pm

Where: Poetry Corner (5th floor of the library)

All are welcome to attend.

 

Episode 134 – Crissie McMullan / David C

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Episode 134 – Crissie McMullan / David Cates – Crissie McMullan examines the connections between environmental work and social work. She pairs her reflection with a passage by David Cates. http://ow.ly/3d1ain

Episode 133 – Damon Falke / Damon Falke

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Episode 133 – Damon Falke / Damon Falke – Falke examines the unique connection between our sacred places and our processes of finding them. He pairs his thoughts with one of his own poems titled Tracking. http://ow.ly/3cJT5L