When she was 22, Louise Krug had brain surgery that saved her life but left her with physical impairments. Now, ten years later and embarking on marriage, motherhood, and a college teaching career, she still struggles with knowing how to live. In her startling and hilarious memoir, Tilted: The Post-Brain Surgery Journals, Krug uses the third person to explore driving to hearing aids, neighbors and mom-friends.
Space is limited. No Microphones, no amplifiers. Snacks, drinks, songs & books.
Lily Pryor is Kansas girl who plays too many instruments and sings like an old soul. Right now she plays mostly covers but don't let that stop you! Current favorite books? Harry Potter, Ms. Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Shackled, and This Amazing Book is Not on Fire.
Megan Kaminski is the author of one previous collection of poetry, Desiring Map (Coconut Books, 2012), as well as nine chapbooks. She currently lives in Lawrence, KS, where she is Assistant Professor of Poetry Writing at the University of Kansas and the founder and curator of the Taproom Poetry Series. She will be reading from her forthcoming book, Deep City.