Jo Radner will examine how we make meaning of our lives in relation to the wild and the natural world: what attracts, repels, frightens, and fascinates us; how we use wild animals as metaphors for human behavior; how we define and use the idea of wildness. Radner will present poems and tell stories and lead discussion. She will also evoke audience members' stories relevant to the topic.
This event is part of One Book One Valley and New Hampshire’s BIG READ featuring The Bear. This event is supported by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities Community Project Grants.
Thursday, October 26, 2023 6:30pm
Conway Public Library15 Greenwood AvenueConway NH 03818
One Book One Valley
David Smolen, 603-447-5552
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