The National Willa Cather Center is hosting an author series as a way to connect Cather to contemporary writers as well as provide an accessible and inclusive space where readers can talk directly with writers about their work. Participating authors discuss how they create their work, thematic connections within and outside of their texts, and and how our shared experiences inform the work.
Step into the world of bird-watching just ahead of the annual Sandhill crane migration! Join us for an evening with Thomas C Gannon as he shares a reading from his new book, Birding While Indian: A Mixed-Blood Memoir, an intriguing meditation on the intersections between nature and identity. Have your questions ready for what is sure to be a lively discussion following Gannon’s reading!