Readings from Uplake: Restless Essays of Coming and Going
English Department, Visiting Writers Reading Series
Mabel Groseclose Fund
55 minutes, 20 seconds
For the past 25 years, Ana Maria Spagna, who’s been recognized by the Society for Environmental Journalists, has lived and written in Stehekin, Washington, a remote community in the North Cascades accessible only by foot, boat, or float plane. Author recently of a novel for young people (The Luckiest Scar on Earth), and several noted collections of creative nonfiction, including the acclaimed, Reclaimers, she’ll read from her newest book Uplake: Restless Essays of Coming and Going, due out from University of Washington Press in Spring 2018. In the 2017-2018 academic year, Spagna is teaching here at Whitman College as a Johnston Visiting Instructor of English.
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