Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Marilyn Dorf will present Wednesday, April 6 Lunch at the Library
Marilyn Dorf writes poetry, short stories and essays. She grew up on a farm near Albion, Nebraska, and acquired a lasting appreciation of nature, wildlife and rural life that is reflected in her writing. Her chapbooks include: A Tribute to Buttons (1985), Of Hoopoes and Hummingbirds (1998), Windmills Walk the Night (1992), This Red Hill (2003), I Know That An Owl Owns This Sky (2009). Her poems have been published widely in periodicals, including The Christian Science Monitor, Kansas Quarterly, Wholenotes, Poet, Plainsongs, Bitterroot, and Nebraska Life Magazine, among others. She lives in Lincoln and is the Nebraska Literary Heritage Association's Author Member for 2010-2011.
The Program will begin at 12:10 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6th , in the auditorium on the fourth floor of Bennett Martin Public Library at 14th and N Streets in downtown Lincoln. Coffee provided by The Mill. Please join us for an interesting program.