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Author Tayari Jones Talks 'Ordinary People Interacting With History' at Boise Literary Event

Author Tayari Jones Talks 'Ordinary People Interacting With History' at Boise Literary Event

"When you dedicate yourself to something with all your heart, the doors will open."

Tayari Jones and An American Novel

"I try to find, 'What's the thing that's new culturally, familially?' and try to add something to that conversation."
The author of An American Marriage will speak in Boise on Wednesday, Jan. 16

The 17th-Annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 Reading Party Was Lit

More than 80 people showed up on Thursday evening at Rediscovered Books to meet winning authors and hear them read their work.

17th-Annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 Contest

Don't miss the reading party at Rediscovered Books on Thursday, Jan. 3

Boise Weekly Fiction 101 Contest Reading Party

Thursday, Jan. 3, Rediscovered Books

Idaho Commission on the Arts Announces Search for New Writer in Residence, Literature Fellows

The deadline for applications to the two programs is Thursday, Jan. 31.

Idaho's Biggest Children's Bookstore Will Open in Boise (But Only on Saturdays)

The Idaho Book Fairs Warehouse Store open on Saturdays on the Boise Bench.

At Ghosts & Projectors, Poets Tackle The Big Three: Religion, Gender and Race

K Lange, Yoshyhwh Ben Yisrael and Danez Smith brought down the house at a Boise poetry reading Nov. 27.

Artist-in-Residence Bridget Brewer Explores New Poetry Comics Genre

On Thursday, Dec. 6, Brewer will read a draft of "Relic" at Surel's Place backed by projections of her drawings, but before that, she will teach a poetry comics workshop on Saturday, Dec. 1.

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