Monday April 8Amy Stanton reads from The Feminine Revolution, cowritten with Catherine Connors. The book makes the case that feminine traits have been mischaracterized as weak, fragile, diminutive, and embittered and offers a call to redeem them as superpowers and gifts with an upbeat blend of self-help and analysis.

Thursday April 25 –  Nathaniel Brodie reads from Steel on Stone: Living and Working in the Grand Canyon. After years of traveling the globe, Brodie made a home in the Canyon for eight years in this transformative place.

Monday April 29Carolyn Burke reads from Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O’Keefe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury, a spirited account of the relationship among these four artists whose strong personalities profoundly influenced the shape of twentieth-century art.

All readings are free and open to all at Powell’s on Hawthorne, 3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd. at 7:30 pm