Paper Boat By Cullen Bailey Burns

Having received her MFA from Western Michigan University, Cullen Bailey Burns currently lives in Minneapolis and teaches at Century College in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Back in 2003, New Rivers Press published her first book of poetry, Paper Boat, as part of the Minnesota Voices Project, and it went on to be a finalist for…
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William Kent Krueger And Louise Erdrich Tied For Minnesota Book Award Record

Wyoming native and current St. Paul resident William Kent Krueger has won the Minnesota Book Award for the fifth time. His winning novel was Tamarack County, book thirteen of the Cork O’Connor Mystery Series.   The series began back in 1998 with Krueger’s debut novel, Iron Lake, which also won the Minnesota Book Award, along…
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Red Cross Dog By Patricia Zontelli

Back in 2000, New Rivers Press released Patricia Zontelli’s Red Cross Dog, an evocative, atmospheric, and beautifully written collection of poetry. Currently teaching art at the University of Wisconsin, Zontelli first established herself as a powerful writer with her first book of poems, Edith Jacobson Begins to Fly, years before, which showcased a union of…
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MSUM Plans Book Launch For Accomplished English Professor

Reading and Book Launch with Yahya Frederickson Thursday, April 3rd – 4:30pm Comstock Memorial Union Room 101 Minnesota State University Moorhead Next Thursday, MSUM will be hosting a reading and book launch of English professor Yahya Frederickson’s book of poetry, The Gold Shop of Ba-’Ali, published by Lost Horse Press after winning the 2013 Idaho Prize for Poetry. The poems…
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Poet Anna Meek Set To Make An Appearance At The HoDo

The Hotel Donaldson 101 Broadway N, Fargo, ND 58102 info@hoteldonaldson.com 701-478-1000 This Saturday at the Hotel Donaldson, poet Anna Meek will be available for lunch, drinks, and readings of her work, starting at 1:00pm with no cover charge. Meek is a woman of many talents, seeing as she’s also a violinist, music instructor, and English…
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