POSTPONED! Author Reading, Discussion and Refreshments with Nicole Stellon O'Donnell
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Author Reading, Discussion, and Refreshments with Nicole Stellon O’Donnell
Discussion led by Heather Lende
Join Alaska Reads’ Author of the year Nicole Stellon O’ Donnell for a writing workshop and a reading from her book Steam Laundry.
Wednesday March 7th at the Haines Library
Writing workshop at 12 Noon* sign up at Library
Book reading, discussion led by Heather Lende and refreshments. 6:30 PM
About Nicole Stellon O’Donnell:
Nicole Stellon O’Donnell’s first collection, Steam Laundry, won the 2013 WILLA Literary Award for Poetry. Her next book, You Are No Longer in Trouble, a memoir-in-flash about being a teacher, a student, and a principal’s daughter is forthcoming in March 2019 from the Marie Alexander Series. Everything Never Comes Your Way, a collection of poems, will be published by Boreal Books in 2020.
About Steam Laundry:
Steam Laundry is a novel in poems based on the true story of Sarah Ellen Gibson, a miner’s wife during the Klondike and Alaska gold rushes. Her journey began as she followed her husband to Dawson City, Yukon Territory in 1898. She stayed there three years as the town's boom and her marriage burned out. In 1903, she left her husband and sons to start over in Fairbanks, Alaska, with another man. Based on archival research and incorporating historical documents and photographs, the poems approach the past through the ghosts of correspondence.
Alaska Reads is a program of Fairbanks Arts Association in partnership with Alaska Center for the Book and is funded in part by the Stroecker Foundation, the Alaska State Library, and the Alaska State Council on the Arts.