If you’re in Ann Arbor this weekend, come to the day-long Voices of the Middle West–a festival celebrating the literary richness of our region–this Saturday, March 12th in East Quad on the University of Michigan campus. There will be panels, discussions, an open mic, and a talk from keynote speaker Ross Gay, author of the Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude (2015 National Book Award finalist), Against Which, and Bringing the Shovel Down.
And, of course, a book fair, where Michigan Quarterly Review will be staffing a table, selling copies of the journal, and eagerly awaiting the chance to meet you and hear your questions, comments, and ideas. Please stop by.
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