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Susan Schorn reads from her debut memoir, Smile at Strangers: And Other Lessons in the Art of Living Fearlessly, published in May by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Fall down seven times, get up eight.
Sally Ball reads from her second poetry collection, Wreck Me, published in April by Barrow Street Press.
No Threat, Nuthatch
Tiny presence in the pines,
hold still. Upside down—
right side up—flock of nerves
and fretful hunger. Hold still.
Sohpie Cabot Black reads three poems from her third poetry collection, The Exchange, published in May by Graywolf Press.
I could only close my eyes on the blue
Shirtsleeve of leaving and understand
I was to make my own sentence. No voice
Brian Kimberling reads from his debut novel, Snapper, published in April by Pantheon.
Some Old Horses
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