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Literary writers serve a crucial role in turbulent times, dedicating their work to truth and understanding. As the new president takes office, Yuba Lit is proud to present a special reading with three esteemed authors whose work searches for truth and investigates values threatened by the Trump presidency: diversity, gender equality, care for the environment, religious freedom, and respect for all. Sacramento poet Indigo Moor, Nevada City novelist Sands Hall, and Nevada City environmental writer Jordan Fisher Smith will each share their own work, then offer a passage from a favorite writer sustaining them through this time. The program begins Friday, January 20th at 7 p.m. at The Open Book, 671 Maltman Drive, Grass Valley.
In addition to these three acclaimed readers, poet/nonfiction writer Angela Sells and Open Book proprietor Will Dane will offer a short dialogue. The evening will also feature flash-readings from audience members whose work responds to the prompt, “AFTER THE ELECTION." Any audience member who brings a poem or a page they feel responds to that topic will be given a raffle ticket; ten readers will be drawn from the raffle, and given the mic to read their work.