Artists Unscripted in Minnesota Monthly

Minnesota Monthly

Hopper_Ready coverThere’s no telling the stories that will surface when two literary artists converge. Such was the case with Kate Hopper and Kevin Kling. Both are masters of their craft—Hopper a writer and teacher, Kling a writer and storyteller—and true word artists, their questions and answers strung together like impromptu poetry. With Hopper preparing for the October release of her memoir, Ready for Air, about the premature birth of her daughter, and Kling releasing both a children’s book, Big Little Mother, and a compilation of stories, plays, and essays, On Stage with Kevin Kling, this fall, the two were at no loss for things to discuss.

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