june, 2022

08jun8:00 pmScience + Literature: Reading the Natural World8:00 pm EDT

Event Details

Rena Priest headshot_photo credit Erika Schultz.
Rena Priest. (Photo credit: Erika Schultz)
Linda Hogan

An inaugural selection of the National Book Foundation’s Science + Literature program, The Radiant Lives of Animals by Linda Hogan is a hybrid work weaving together prose, poetry, and illustrations. The collection connects Indigenous understandings and Hogan’s own relationships to animals and the natural world, a reminder for readers to pause, and reflect.

Join Linda Hogan in conversation with Rena Priest, Washington State Poet Laureate, on Native storytelling, and writing the environment.

Presented in partnership with Seattle Arts & Lectures, and supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.


(Wednesday) 8:00 pm EDT


Virtual (RSVP to receive your link.)


Seattle Arts & Lectures 340 15th Ave E #301, Seattle, WA 98112