Monday April 8 – Amy 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 29 – Carolyn 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