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Book Discussion Series: Lost and Found in Translation with Kim Frank Kirk (part 3)

Wednesday, October 30, 5:30 pm

$60 / $110 nonmembers (includes all 3 sessions) Class Scholarship More info →

Wed, Oct 16th, Liberty Theatre
Wed, Oct 23rd, The Center in Ketchum
Wed, Oct 30th, The Center in Ketchum

5:30-7pm, Registration deadline: Wed, Oct 2

Join writer, teacher and Chinese literature enthusiast, Kim Frank Kirk in exploring the brilliant and entertaining works of Tony Award winning playwright, David Henry Hwang, celebrated pre-war author Eileen Chang and Nobel Laureate, Mo Yan.

Kim Frank Kirk is a fiction writer and creative writing coach. Winner of a 2014 Idaho Literature Fellowship from the Idaho Commission on the Arts, her work is published in Drunken Boat International Journal of the Arts, Every Day a Century.and forthcoming in Blackbird and the Colorado Review. She writes regular feature articles for SVPN. Kim is a 2013 UCross Foundation Fellow with an MFA from the Warren Wilson MFA Program For Writers and an MSW from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Sun Valley and is at work on a novel set in China.

Reading List Lost and Found in Translation

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