Bryce Andrews will discuss his new memoir, Holding Fire: A Reckoning with the American West.
Author Bathsheba Demuth will discuss her work as an environmental historian specializing in the lands and seas of the Russian and North American Arctic.
Filmmaker and photographer Brad Orsted reads from his wrenching memoir of finding his way back after the death of his infant daughter.
Storytelling Night – Shenanigans
Come hear your friends and neighbors tell their stories of Shenanigans!
Novelist James Conaway reads from and discusses his artfully produced children’s book, Tio and the Blue Witch.
Religion & Extremism in the West: A Panel Discussion
A lively discussion of the interplay between religion and political extremism in the West.
Novelist Michael Parker reads from and discusses his latest book, I Am the Light of This World.
A Flight of Writers
Looking for a way out of winter? Forget Baja, A Flight of Writers is just your ticket!
Tommy Orange & Tess Gunty
National Book Award honorees Tess Gunty and Tommy Orange will discuss their work in this National Book Foundation-sponsored event.
Craig Lancaster reads from his latest novel, Dreaming Northward.
Maggie Anderson will read from her new memoir, Between Rock and a Hard Place.
Michael Earl Craig & Christopher Brean Murray
Poets Michael Earl Craig, author of Iggy Horse and Christopher Brean Murray, author of Black Observatory, will read from and discuss their new books.
New York Times bestselling author of seven books on American history and culture Sarah Vowell will discuss her work with author and Elk River Arts & Lectures board president, Maryanne Vollers.
Poets Cara Chamberlain & Alan Weltzein
Poets Cara Chamberlain, author of To Gaze Upon Their Loveliness, and Alan Weltzien, author of On The Beach, will read and discuss their poetry.
Elk River Arts & Lectures presents a reading a discussion with Oscar Hokeah, author of Calling for a Blanket Dance, “a moving and deeply engaging debut novel about a young Native American man finding strength in his familial identity, from a stellar new voice in fiction.”