Writing into Community: A Conversation with Diane Wilson and Mire Regulus
Tues, Jan 31, 6:30-8:00pm; Registration not required
* In person: Linden Hills Park Recreation Center, 3100 W 43rd St.
* Virtual Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81768197020?pwd=KzVYNEkzRjg4OTh5aDh4OUtKK3B0UT09&fbclid=IwAR0rA2_8tYwZJYzWPQrr4URzEDweVIzK5D-fJ1LHZ6mg1LZAlj3VSFwyeZw#success
How is writing a tool, not only for individual expression, but also for collective transformation and community change? Join us for an evening of conversation and engagement with two incredible local writers. Diane Wilson (Dakota) is an author, educator and former Executive Director for Dream of Wild Health and the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance; her most recent novel, The Seed Keeper, won the 2022 Minnesota Book Award for Fiction.
Miré Regulus is a Minneapolis-based poet, multidisciplinary artist and community builder; for the past ten years, she has co-directed Poetry & Pie, an annual solstice gathering in Powderhorn Park centering food, poetry, and community connections.
This event is a component of a public art project in the Linden Hills neighborhood, designed by Marcus Young and Or (Laura) Levinson and inspired by the memory of local writer Brenda Ueland.