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Anya Achtenberg will read from her new book Blue Earth and then Christine Stark and Gretchen Brown Wright will present essays from The Chalk Circle: International Prize Winning Essays. Blue Earth is a novel set in Minnesota where Carver Heinz loses both farm and family in the farm crisis of the 1980s. Displaced into urban Minneapolis, he becomes obsessed with Angie, a beautiful child he rescues from a tornado in an encounter he insists they keep silent. Her close friendship with a Dakota Indian boy fuels Carver’s rage and unleashes a series of events that reveal the haunting power of each character’s past and of their intertwined histories. Anya Achtenberg is an award-winning fiction writer and poet. Her publications include Blue Earth, with an excerpt in the Harvard Review, the autobiographical novella The Stories of Devil-Girl, both with Modern History Press, and The Stone of Language (poetry), published by West End Press. Award-winning editor Tara L. Masih put out a call in 2007 for Intercultural Essays dealing with the subjects of “culture, race, and a sense of place.” The prizewinners are gathered for the first time in a ground-breaking anthology, The Chalk Circle, which explores many facets of culture not previously found under one cover. The powerful, honest, thoughtful voices—Native American, African American, Asian, European, Jewish, White—speak daringly on topics not often discussed in the open, on subjects such as racism, anti-Semitism, war, self-identity, gender, societal expectations. Their words will entertain, illuminate, take you to distant lands and spark important discussions about our humanity, our culture and our place within society and the natural world. Christine Stark is an author and artist of American Indian and European heritage. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications and anthologies, including The Chalk Circle: Intercultural Prize-Winning Essays, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Poetry Motel and When We Become Weavers: Queer Female Poets on the Midwest Experience. This event is free and open to the public.

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About The Chalk Circle: Award-winning editor Tara L. Masih put out a call in 2007 for Intercultural Essays dealing with the subjects of “culture, race, and a sense of place.” The prizewinners are gathered for the first time in a ground-breaking anthology that explores many facets of culture not previously found under one cover. The powerful, honest, thoughtful voices—Native American, African American, Asian, European, Jewish, White—speak daringly on topics not often discussed in the open, on subjects such as racism, anti-Semitism, war, self-identity, gender, societal expectations. Their words will entertain, illuminate, take you to distant lands, and spark important discussions about our humanity, our culture, and our place within society and the natural world.

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Tara Lynn Masih has won multiple book awards as editor of The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction and The Chalk Circle: Intercultural Prizewinning Essays. Author of Where the Dog Star Never Glows: Stories (a National Best Books Award finalist), she has published fiction, poetry, and essays in numerous anthologies and literary magazines (including Confrontation, Hayden's Ferry Review, Natural Bridge, The Los Angeles Review, Pleiades, and The Caribbean Writer). Several limited edition illustrated chapbooks featuring her flash fiction have been published by The Feral Press and archived at such universities as Yale and NYU, and awards for her work include The Ledge Magazine's fiction award, finalist placing in the Reynolds Price Fiction Awards, and Pushcart Prize, Best New American Voices, and Best of the Web nominations

A work by Samuel A. Autman, assistant professor of English at DePauw University, appears in a new anthology, The Chalk Circle: Intercultural Prizewinning Essays. The book has been released by Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing. Autman contributes "A Dash of Pepper in the Snow."

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The Guthrie Theater now offers an online virtual tour, offering a new way to explore the acclaimed Minneapolis cultural destination designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel. Opened in 2006 along the banks of the Mississippi River, the 285,000-square-foot theater center is open to the public daily at 8 a.m., and has served as an anchor in the rebirth of Minneapolis’ historic Mill District, while attracting visitors from around the globe. Created by Minnesota-based Circa Vista, the new interactive journey lets visitors explore five floors of public spaces, offering a great preview of the sweeping panoramic views enjoyed from the Guthrie’s signature Endless Bridge, as well as a look inside each of the three performance spaces. To take the virtual tour, visit

Christine Stark is an author and artist of American Indian and European heritage. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications and anthologies, including The Chalk Circle: Intercultural Prize-Winning Essays, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Poetry Motel, and When We Become Weavers: Queer Female Poets on the Midwest Experience. Her novel, Nickels: A Tale of Dissociation was a 2011 Lambda Literary finalist. She is a co-editor of Not For Sale, an international anthology about sexual violence. Her poem “Momma's Song” was released as a double CD manga by Fred Ho and the Afro Asian Music Ensemble. She was selected as an emerging creative non-fiction writer by the Loft Mentor Series and she has won McKnight Awards for both her writing and visual art. She teaches writing part-time at Metropolitan State University and lives in Minneapolis with her partner, April.

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Tara Lynn Masih has won multiple book awards in her role as editor of The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction and The Chalk Circle: Intercultural Prizewinning Essays. She is also author of Where the Dog Star Never Glows: Stories and Founding Series Editor for The Best Small Fictions annual anthology. Her award-winning fiction, poetry, and prose has been heavily anthologized.

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