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Riverfront Readings featuring Robert L. Dean, Jr., Cathleen Bascom, and Tim Bascom

April 8 @ 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CDT

Friday, April 8th, 8:00 PM Central (US and Canada)

Please join us for our April 8th Zoom reading featuring Robert L. Dean, Jr., Cathleen Bascom, and Tim Bascom.

To attend, please register for the reading at https://squoom.com/z/rf220408, and you will be provided with the information needed to join the reading.

Robert L. Dean, Jr.Robert L. Dean, Jr., is the author of The Aerialist Will not be Performing: ekphrastic poems and flash fictions to the art of Steven Schroeder (Turning Plow Press, 2020), At the Lake with Heisenberg (Spartan Press, 2018), and a forthcoming chapbook, Pulp, with Finishing Line Press. A multiple Best of the Net nominee and a Pushcart nominee, his work has appeared in many publications. He has been a professional musician and has worked at The Dallas Morning News. He lives Augusta, Kansas.

Cathleen BascomCathleen Bascom was recently elected the first woman Bishop of Kansas in the Episcopal Church and Of Green Stuff Woven is her debut novel. Her life has been a braid of literary and academic pursuits, prairie restoration efforts, and spiritual leadership. She completed an MFA in Creative Writing and Environment at Iowa State University. She holds various other degrees in English Literature and Theology. Cathleen was named Urban Steward of the Year for the installation of an urban prairie greenspace in response to the devastating floods in Iowa in 2008. These experiences are imaginatively tapped in Of Green Stuff Woven.

Tim BascomTim Bascom is author of a novel, two collection of essays, and two prize-winning memoirs about years spent in East Africa as a youth: Chameleon Days (Houghton Mifflin) and Running to the Fire (U of Iowa Press). His fiction has appeared in Fiction Southeast, Profane, Mainstreet Rag, and Lalitamba, winning the 2021 fiction prize at Briar Cliff Review. His essays have won prizes at The Missouri Review and Florida Review, being selected for Best American Travel Writing and Best Creative Nonfiction, as well as the anthologies Law and Disorder and Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie.


April 8
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM CDT
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