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CHRONICLES OF A RADICAL HAG and GUNFLINT BURNING event at Wine and Words with Lorna Landvik and Cary Griffith

When Aug 08, 2019
from 05:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Grand View Lodge, 23521 Nokomis Ave., Nisswa, MN 56468
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Chronicles of a Radical Hag (Lorna Landvik)Griffith_Gunflint coverLorna Landvik and Cary Griffith will be at Grand View Lodge in Nisswa on Thursday, August 8 at 5:30 p.m. for the annual Wine and Words event to discuss their recent books, Chronicles of a Radical Hag (with Recipes): A Novel and Gunflint Burning: Fire in the Boundary Waters. Tickets are sold individually ($50) or in tables of 10 ($450). More information, including ticket purchasing, here

 

About Chronicles of a Radical Hag (with Recipes):

With her customary warmth and wit, Lorna Landvik summons a lifetime at once lost and recovered, a complicated past that speaks with knowing eloquence to a confused present. Her topical but timeless Chronicles of a Radical Hag reminds us—sometimes with a subtle touch, sometimes with gobsmacking humor—of the power of words and of silence, as well as the wonder of finding in each other what we never even knew we were missing.

 

"A comic love letter to journalism and literature, Lorna Landvik’s newest novel is smart, funny, and intimate, with a terrifically memorable cast of small-town characters. Read the book, then head for the kitchen and start baking. Delicious!" —Julie Schumacher, author of The Shakespeare Requirement

 

About Gunflint Burning:

Gunflint Burning is a comprehensive account of the dramatic events around the Ham Lake fire of 2007, one of the largest wildfires in Minnesota history. In sharp detail, Cary J. Griffith describes the key events of the fire as they unfold, transporting readers to the front lines of an epic struggle that was at times heroic, tragic, and sublime.

 

"In Gunflint Burning, Cary J. Griffith has penned the consummate story of one of the great wildfire disasters in the history of Minnesota. Expertly reported and cleverly written, this account of the Ham Lake fire of 2007 reads like a thriller and an environmental treatise all in one. Gunflint Burning is one of those rare books for just about anyone." —Peter Geye, author of Wintering