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Reading at Paperbacks and Pieces

From Undocumented: Poems on Social Justice, Michigan State Univ. Press
Ken McCullough, Ron Riekki (editor), James Armstrong, Emilio DeGrazia
Monday | November 4, 2019 | 7:00pm
429 Mankato Ave | Winona, MN

Reading at Fair Trade Books

From Undocumented: Poems on Social Justice, Michigan State Univ. Press Ken McCullough with Joyce Sutphen, James Armstrong, Emilio DeGrazia Saturday | October 26, 2019 | 7:00pm 320 Bush St | Red Wing, MNContinue Reading

A Song of Bridges

for the dedication of the reopening of the Highway 43 Winona Bridge #5900 July 1st, 2019 Reading of A Song of Bridges. Video by Mary Farrell.Continue Reading

The Birchbark Books Reading Series presents

Jim Bohen, Miriam Weinstein, Ken McCullough, and Lynette Reini-Grandell Wednesday | May 22, 2019 | 7:00 p.m. curated by Ardie Medina and Michael Kiesow Moore The Bockley Gallery | 2123 W 21st St | Minneapolis www.bockleygallery.com/ Jim Bohen is a poet/songwriter from St. Paul, MN. His work has appeared in the Minnesota Daily, Red Paint…Continue Reading

Undocumented

Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice Friday | May 10, 2019 | 7:30pm The Village Booksmith 526 Oak St. | Baraboo, WI villagebooksmith.com Poets laureate past and present showcase their work from the new anthology, Undocumented. Guests include Kimberly Blaeser (former Wisconsin Poet Laureate), Ken McCullough (Winona, MN), and Oscar Mireles (Madison, WI.) Open…Continue Reading

Great Lakes Poets Laureates Readings

2019 READINGS CELEBRATING THE PUBLICATION OF UNDOCUMENTED: GREAT LAKES POETS LAUREATE ON SOCIAL JUSTICE, edited by Ron Riekki and Andrea Scarpino, Michigan State University Press April 11, 7pm, Content Bookstore, Northfield, MN 5 Poet Laureate recipients: James Armstrong, Emilio DeGrazia, Rob Hardy, Ken McCullough, and Sheila Packa Apr 13, 7pm, ART LIT LAB, Madison, WI…Continue Reading

Exquisite Corpse and Monstrosities

March 19 – April 6, 2018 Watkins Gallery | Winona State University A celebration and response to the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. A poem, “Canon ‘Gainst Self-Loathing,” in response to a painting by Jennifer Peske, that was in response to a poem by Kameron Wilson.Continue Reading

Painting by Lisa Nankivil for "Obsidian Point" Book Cover

Photos of painting, books and other works by Kathy Greden

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