Join us select Wednesday nights from 6:00 – 7:30 pm for discussions, readings, and whatever else we can think of, in Studio Two (when we’re in person) or via Zoom. Free and open to the public. Use the links below to register.
Charlotte Lit welcomes Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle, enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, author of Even As We Breathe (University of Kentucky Press, 2020) for our March 2021 Wednesdays@Lit. NPR’s Elizabeth Blair said, “This is a novel of intimacy and poignancy but also an exploration of how war and racism affect people’s daily lives. As Cowney puts it, ‘Empathy is fossilized in our bones.'” The website Bitter Southerner said, “Clapsaddle’s Even As We Breathe is the story of a young Cherokee man setting out in the world and discovering that in returning home, he might finally realize his full potential. And behind that story is the story of a debut author who did much the same.”
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