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Tina Marie Higgins
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 at 6:30pm
Cracked Walnut is off to Duluth for a very special reading at Prøve Gallery. Come listen to our talented writers as they tell stories, recite poetry, and play music in this wonderful space that is sure to make the juxtaposition of these art forms coming together all the more enchanting.
Featuring the voices of
Hosted by Cracked Walnut coordinator and first time Duluth tourist, Satish P. Jayaraj
graduated from the MFA program at Hamline University. She teaches creative writing to Adults with Disabilities in Duluth and is developing a program to bring writing as a tool for coping to other under-served demographics in her community.
has new work in progress: The Vermilion Trail -- poems about the Iron Range. She has three books of poems and was Duluth poet laureate 2010-2012.
Bio coming soon
Bio coming soon
is a Duluth-based songwriter, pop musician and yoga instructor. She has released 4.5 albums and toured nationally since 1998. Mary is currently promoting her latest release "Apple in the Ocean" which is a collection of songs about love, death, attachment, hope, cessation of desire and the weather. www.marybue.com
writes prose poem series off of found objects, works of art, and scraps of life. Published work includes Russia in 17 Objects (Tiger's Eye Press) and Obscura: The Daguerreotype Series (Finishing Line Press), and you can find her online at www.juliegard.com
Ryan Vine’s work has appeared in The American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and twice on National Public Radio’s The Writer’s Almanac. His honors include a Weldon Kees Award (Backwaters Press), the Robert Watson Poetry Prize (Greensboro Review), a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts council, a Pushcart Prize nomination and finalist nods for the Black Warrior Review Poetry Prize, the Erskine J. Poetry Prize (Smartish Pace) and the May Swenson Poetry Award from Utah State University Press. He is the Rose Warner assistant professor of English at the College of St. Scholastica.
Satish P. Jayaraj (host)
is a perpetual expat Indian who lived in Muscat, (Oman) Abu Dhabi (U.A.E.) and Indiana before coming to the Twin Cities where he got his MFA in fiction from Hamline. He believes in the creative spirit and started CW to actively bring writers of all kinds and audiences together. He also just published his first young adult fantasy novel 'Secret of The Naga Dragons' which is available on the amazon kindle. He is not sure if his novel work would be considered 'literary' like the work of everyone partaking in the festival, but so far people are reading and liking it and that's more than enough for him.
This is the 16th reading for the CW Twin Cities based lit-festival, a month of readings on an almost daily basis in a different space with a different cast of voices, featuring storytellers, poets, slam poets, Creative Non Fiction writers and even the odd musician
or https://www.facebook.com/CrackedWalnutReadings - (click on events)
to find out about the other festival readings from
March 18th to April 12th. Wherever you are in the Twin Cities, there is a CW reading happening near you.
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