Nonfiction writer Sherry Simpson reads from her work

2010-07-21 by

In this podcast, Alaska writer Sherry Simpson reads from her work. She is currently writing about people and bears for publication by the University Press of Kansas.

She has authored two collections of essays, ‘The Way Winter Comes’ and ‘The Accidental Explorer: Wayfinding in Alaska.’ Her essays and articles have appeared in numerous anthologies and journals. She is the winner of the inaugural Chinook Prize and the Andres Berger award for nonfiction. She is a core faculty member in literary nonfiction in UAA’s Low Residency MFA program.

This reading is a part of the Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Reading Series 2010, sponsored by the Dept. of Creative Writing and Literary Arts at UAA. This podcast was recorded on July 19, 2010 in Fine Arts 150 on the UAA campus.



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