Saturday, September 14 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Great Montana Read Celebrates Nonfiction

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The inaugural 2018 Great Montana Read honored our state's best-loved works of fiction, with voters choosing Debra Magpie Earling's "Perma Red." This year, we're continuing to celebrate our state's rich and varied literary history by hosting a nonfiction edition. The panel will delve into the rich history of nonfiction as a form, as well as the past, present, and future voices. All in all, it will be a thorough examination and inspiring dialogue around this critical genre.

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Robert Stubblefield

Robert Stubblefield has published fiction and personal essays in Dreamers and Desperadoes: Contemporary Short Fiction of the American West, Best Stories of the American West, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Left Bank, The Clackamas Literary Review, Cascadia Times, Oregon Humanities, Oregon... Read More →
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Sarah Aronson

Sarah Aronson is a Montanan by way of Alaska. Her debut collection of poems, And Other Bodiless Powers, won the 2018 New American Poetry Prize. She is also the host of the Montana Public Radio literary program and podcast, The Write Question.
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Kim Anderson

Director, Montana Center for the Book
Kim returned to her hometown of Missoula in 1989 and spent the next eleven years caring for her two children and working out of a home office as both a free-lance writer and editor and the executive director of several nonprofit arts organizations. Before returning to Missoula, she... Read More →

Saturday September 14, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm MDT
Downtown Dance Collective