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Reedley College

Literary Arts

2022-2023 Season

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Art In Our Community

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Timothy Egan

The One Book - One College SPECIAL EVENT

Reedley College Literary Arts welcomes Timothy Egan, author of the One Book One College selection for 2021-2022, The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt & the Fire that Saved America.

When: Thursday, March 10th, 2022, 7:00 PM Where: RC Cafeteria

The story of the nation's biggest wildfire- an apocalyptic blaze that burned an area the size of Connecticut in a weekend. No living person had ever seen a fire with the ferocity, speed, and destructive power of the Big Burn of 1910. Equally dramatic is the larger story of Teddy Roosevelt and Gifford Pinchot, and the creation myth of the U.S. Forest Service.

A New York Times Bestseller. Winner of the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Award and the Washington State Book Award. A Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, and book of the year.

David Borofka

Reedley College Literary Arts welcomes David Borofka, author of A Longing for Impossible Things. Borofka taught at Reedley College for more than thirty-five years before his retirement in 2019. A Longing for Impossible Things is his third published book and is a powerful short story collection that charts the yearning inherent in imperfect lives.

Friday April 22nd 4:30 PM RC Forum Hall


Danusha Laméris

Please join the Reedley College Literary Arts for our first reading of the semester with Poet Danusha Laméris!


Thursday, February 10, 2022 7:00 pm




Danusha Laméris is the author of The Moons of August which was chosen by Nami Shihab as the winner of the Autumn House Press Poetry Prize and was a finalist for the Milt Kessler Book Award. Her second book, Bonfire Opera, was a finalist for the Patterson Poetry Prize, and winner of a 2021 Northern California Book Award. The 2020 recipient of the Lucille Clifton Legacy Award, she teaches poetry independently, and is a Poet Laureate Emeritus of Santa Cruz County, California. She is currently on the faculty of Pacific University's low-residency MFA Program.


Questions? Please contact the Kings River Review:|Tel: (559)494-3000, ext. 3223

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