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Friday, September 13 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
The Book Review: Where Writers, Critics, and Readers Unite

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Why do we need book reviews? What do writers (of the book and of the review) gain from the experience? What happens when a book isn’t reviewed? What happens when it is? Writers and their critics join forces to wrestle through these questions, highlight “other ways” to complete a review, and provide beginning writers and their readers practical guidance toward writing and reading reviews.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Kwasny

Melissa Kwasny

Melissa Kwasny is the author of six books of poetry, most recently Where Outside the Body is the Soul Today  (University of Washington Press Pacific Northwest Poetry Series) and Pictograph (Milkweed Editions), as well as a collection of prose writings, Earth Recitals: Essays on... Read More →
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Tami Haaland

Professor, Montana State University Billings
Tami Haaland is the author of three poetry collections, What Does Not Return (Lost Horse Press, 2017), When We Wake in the Night, and A Breath in Every Room, winner of the Nicholas Roerich First Book Award. She earned a MFA in Creative Writing and Literature from Bennington College... Read More →
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Rick Newby

Poet, editor, cultural journalist, Freelance
Helena-based Rick Newby is a poet, critic, independent scholar, and publisher having written or edited more than thirty books about the American West, Montana literature, and the visual arts. A past member of the Montana Arts Council and the Board of Directors of the Montana Center... Read More →
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Austin Grant Bennett

Austin Grant Bennett (MFA Wilkes University) is a son, brother, friend, husband, father. He teaches writing at Montana State University Billings and has edited or read for the River and South Review, James Jones First Novel Fellowship, and High Plains Book Awards. His most recent... Read More →


Friday September 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Fact and Fiction Books 220 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802

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