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Convergence Writers Series

Fall 2016 Reading

Please join us for a lively reading by science and environmental writer Kristina Jipson

Kristina Jipson3:30-5 p.m., Wed., Nov. 30,
in the College Café
Free and open to the public.


Kristina Jipson holds a Master of Fine Arts from Columbia University and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame. Her poems have appeared in "American Letters & Commentary," "At Length," "Chicago Review," "Colorado Review," and "DIAGRAM." She is author of two chapbooks: "Lock," "Means" (Dancing Girl Press, 2011), and "How Void of Miracles" (Hand Held Editions, 2009). Her first full-length collection, "Halve," was selected by Dan Beachy-Quick for the Tupelo Press Berkshire Award.

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Co-sponsored by the Convergence Writers Series, Arts, Culture, and Civic Engagement, and Edmonds College Foundation