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A reading and book signing with Gary Snyder, Tom Killion, Kim Stanley Robinson, & Laurie Glover

September 24th, 2014 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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"Evolution Valley from McClures Meadow," by Tom Killion.

Four greats of California and Western word and art will be here in Lee Vining this weekend—join us for a reading and book signing with Gary Snyder, Tom Killion, Kim Stanley Robinson, and Laurie Glover!

"Mt. Whitney from Little Claire Lake," by Tom Killion.

Sunday, September 28
2:00–4:30pm
Lee Vining Community Center

Gary Snyder is perhaps best known as a poet, but he is also an essayist, lecturer, environmental activist, and winner of a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the American Book Award.

Tom Killion‘s Japanese-style wood block and lino-cut prints depict the rugged Sierra Nevada and California coastal landscape.

Kim Stanley Robinson is a literary science fiction writer, best known for his Mars trilogy, who writes about themes of ecological sustainability, economic and social justice, and citizens as scientists.

Laurie Glover is a poet, essayist, fiction writer, and instructor at UC Davis who writes in all genres, but almost always about place.

"Sawtooth Crest from Chagoopa Creek," by Tom Killion.

The event is free and open to the public. Books will be for sale at the event, and there will be coffee, tea, and cookies from the Latte Da Coffee Cafe. Proceeds benefit the Mono Lake Committee, and you can call us for more information: (760) 647-6595.


One Response to “A reading and book signing with Gary Snyder, Tom Killion, Kim Stanley Robinson, & Laurie Glover”

  1. avatar Rich Says:

    Do you have a basic itinerary for this event. I am considering a trip to Nevada City to arrive at 7:00 (3-3.5 hours drive) from this event.
    Thanks!