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A Poetry Reading With Crystal Stone & Patience Young

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A Room of One's Own presents a night of poetry with Midwestern poets Crystal Stone and Patience Young!

Sally Nuamah, author of How Girls Achieve

A Room of One's Own is thrilled to welcome Dr. Sally Nuamah, author of How Girls Achieve!

Simon Balto, author of Occupied Territory

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A Room of One's Own is thrilled to welcome Simon Balto, author of Occupied Territory!

Moose Song, author of Fault

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A Room of One's Own welcomes local poet Moose Song, author of Fault!

Fault is a semi-autobiographical poetry book about an Asian-American's search for meaning and his struggles with doubt, self-discovery, and growth.

January Harshe, author of Birth Without Fear

A Room of One's Own is thrilled to welcome January Harshe, author of Birth Without Fear!

Birth Without Fear: The Judgment-Free Guide to Taking Charge of Your Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum takes all the judgment and unnecessary anxiety out of the equation. Shattering long-held myths and beliefs about pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum experience, it instead provides practical tips and information for how to confidently take charge of your own experience—whatever that may be.

[CANCELLED] Heidi Andrea Rhodes, author of The Inheritance of Haunting

A Room of One's Own welcomes poet Heidi Andrea Rhodes, author of The Inheritance of Haunting!

Barbara Sjoholm, translator of By the Fire

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A Room of One's Own welcomes Barbara Sjoholm, translator of By the Fire: Sami Folktales and Legends!

David Ranney, author of Living and Dying on the Factory Floor

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A Room of One's Own welcomes historian David Ranney, author of Living and Dying on the Factory Floor!

Divya Victor, author of Kith

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A Room of One's Own is thrilled to welcome poet Divya Victor, author of Kith!

Kith describes post-colonialist relation from the painful psychohistorical perspective of a hybrid, in multiple exiles. Victor reaps the pain, reams the pain, approaches the painful material from striated vantages, using discrete methodologies of extraction. This is not a pretty poetry of nostalgia for bittersweet pungencies, no invitation to savor bemusing exoticisms; this poetry invites disassociation from that which is no longer to be borne.

Ed Pavlić, author of Another Kind of Madness

A Room of One's Own is excited to welcome Ed Pavlić, author of Another Kind of Madness!

A vibrant portrait in overlapping color and texture, Another Kind of Madness tells the story of
looking for trust and love in an increasingly uninhabitable America. A jazz song of a novel laced
with poetic, near-synesthetic language, this is an extraordinary debut.

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