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Tue, Jul 02



Bonnie Johnson-Bartee Poetry Reading & Discussion

Bonnie casts a tender yet searing eye upon family histories, dynamics, and the very notion of "women's work," recognizing how vulnerable and fallible we all are in our search for a meaningful life.

Bonnie Johnson-Bartee Poetry Reading & Discussion
Bonnie Johnson-Bartee Poetry Reading & Discussion

Time & Location

Jul 02, 2024, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT


About the Event

Bonnie Johnson-Bartee is the author of two chapbooks of poetry, "Bildungsroman 38" (2004) and "Named, but Unknown" (2006), and is the editor of Teachers College: Essays on the Art of Education (WSC Press, 2007), and her latest book, "Cord Blood" (Sandhills Press 2022). Her work can be found in Nebraska Life, Words Like Rain (WSC Press, 2005) and editions of Voices Out of Nowhere and Judas Goat.

She teaches creative writing and literature courses at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska, and at Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Nebraska, where she also serves as the coordinator of the Visiting Writers Series and is the faculty editor of Northeast Community College’s annual Voices Out of Nowhere.

FREE and Open to the Public

You must be registered to attend.

Recordings of the event are not shared to those who cannot attend. We do not have the space for these files or the volunteers to edit them for public use

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