Hey everyone, I wanted to give a quick update for anyone living in the Salt Lake Area.
Tomorrow evening, October 11, I’ll be participating on a panel as part of the Utah Book Festival.
The panelists, who all (myself being the exception) have more credentials and accolades than I can list here:
Sheryl Gillilan is the Executive Director of Art Access, a program that provides opportunities in the arts for people with disabilities. She has a long, long list of credentials.
Peta Owens-Liston is one of the founders of the What I Thought I Saw project. The book from the project is one of the most fascinating things I’ve read.
Sandy Anderson teaches poetry workshops at the Utah Independent Living Center. She’s been doing this for a while, and it is wonderful work. She recently published her fourth anthology of work by people with disabilities.
There’s going to be a moderator and everything. Angela M. Smith, Assistant Professor of English and gender studies at the University of Utah, and author of Hideous Progeny (she’s bringing me a signed copy!)
Hopefully I won’t embarrass myself too badly. I think it’s going to be fun. I’d love to see you there!
Salt Lake City Public Library
7 PM, Conference Rooms A & B
400 South, 210 East