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Scott Edward Anderson Joins Sunday Live – 5 pm PST/8 pm EST

Scott Edward Anderson Scott Edward Anderson is the author of Wine-Dark Sea: New & Selected Poems & Translations (forthcoming from Shanti Arts, 2021); Azorean Suite/Suite Açoriana (Letras Lavadas, 2020); Falling Up: A Memoir of Second Chances (Homebound Publications, 2019), which received the 1st Literary Prize from Letras Lavadas in conjunction with PEN Azores in 2020; Dwelling: an ecopoem (Shanti Arts, 2018), winner of the Nautilus Prize; and Fallow Field: Poems (Aldrich Press, 2013). His poetry also received the Nebraska Review Award. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. You can learn more about him and his work at: scottedwardanderson.co

 

Sunday, August 15th 5:00 p.m. PST / 8 p.m. EST

Free Event

 

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Kurt Caswell Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon – 5 pm PST/8 pm EST

Kurt Caswell is the author of four books of nonfiction, most recently, Laika’s Window: The Legacy of a Soviet Space Dog (2018), which tells the story of the first animal to orbit the Earth. His other books are: Getting to Grey Owl: Journeys on Four Continents (2015); In the Sun’s House: My Year Teaching on the Navajo Reservation (2009); and An Inside Passage (2009), which won the 2008 River Teeth Literary Nonfiction Book Prize, and a Texas Tech University President’s Book Award. He has published widely in journals and magazines. Caswell was born in Fairbanks, Alaska, and grew up in the Cascade Range in Oregon. He has worked as a teacher in Hokkaido, Japan, on the Navajo Reservation, and at schools in Arizona, California, and Wyoming. A graduate of both the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College (MA), and the Bennington College Writing Seminars (MFA), his work has earned numerous Pushcart nominations, the Lucy Grealy Memorial Scholarship, fellowships at Fishtrap writers’ conference, and the MacDowell Colony, and other honors. He is professor of creative writing and literature in the Honors College at Texas Tech University.

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Kurt Caswell Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

Event Time: Sunday, July 11th at 5:00 pm PST / 8 pm EST

 

Kurt Caswell’s writing spans time, continents, and space. For this Sunday Live reading he will read from his book Laika’s Window: The Legacy of a Soviet Space Dog. Come learn how mindfully this writer moves through the world and across the page bringing us stories so that we can better understand ourselves.

Kurt Caswell is the author of four books of nonfiction, most recently, Laika’s Window: The Legacy of a Soviet Space Dog (2018), which tells the story of the first animal to orbit the Earth. His other books are: Getting to Grey Owl: Journeys on Four Continents (2015); In the Sun’s House: My Year Teaching on the Navajo Reservation (2009); and An Inside Passage (2009), which won the 2008 River Teeth Literary Nonfiction Book Prize, and a Texas Tech University President’s Book Award. He has published widely in journals and magazines. Caswell was born in Fairbanks, Alaska, and grew up in the Cascade Range in Oregon. He has worked as a teacher in Hokkaido, Japan, on the Navajo Reservation, and at schools in Arizona, California, and Wyoming. A graduate of both the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College (MA), and the Bennington College Writing Seminars (MFA), his work has earned numerous Pushcart nominations, the Lucy Grealy Memorial Scholarship, fellowships at Fishtrap writers’ conference, and the MacDowell Colony, and other honors. He is professor of creative writing and literature in the Honors College at Texas Tech University.

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Angela Narciso Torres Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

Angela Narciso Torres is the author of two full length poetry collections, What Happens Is Neither (Four Way Books, 2021) and Blood Orange, winner of the 2013 Willow Books Literature Award for Poetry; and the chapbook, To the Bone (Sundress Publications). Recent work appears or is forthcoming in POETRYMissouri Review, and Poetry Northwest. Her work has been featured on WBUR and Poetry Daily. A graduate of Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers and Harvard Graduate School of Education, Angela has received fellowships from Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, Illinois Arts Council, and Ragdale Foundation. She received First Prize in the Yeats Poetry Prize (W.B. Yeats Society of New York). New City magazine named her one of Chicago’s Lit 50: Who Really Books in Chicago. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Manila, she resides in San Diego. She serves as a senior and reviews editor for RHINO.

8:00 p.m. EST

6 p.m. MT – Note: event is created in the MT zone.

5 p.m. PST

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Jennifer Neves Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

 

 

Essayist  Jennifer Neves was raised in rural Maine and received a B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Maine and an MFA in creative writing from the Rainier Writing Workshop. She is a technical writer by day, a mother of four all of the time, and author of the new essay collection Freedom Farm, which was a 2021 finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Her previous work includes a humorous travelogue, Backpack Like You Mean It (2012), and her essays have appeared in Litro Online Magazine and Literary Mama. She lives on a farm in Palermo, Maine.

 

 

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Stan Sanvel Rubin Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

Stan Sanvel Rubin was co-founding director (with Judith Kitchen) of the Rainier Writing Workshop low-residency MFA at Pacific Lutheran University. His poems have appeared widely in US journals such as Poetry Northwest, Agni, The Georgia Review, and most recently, Tar River Poetry, Hole in the Head Review, 2 River, Into the Void, and Sextant Review. He’s published four full-length collections, including There. Here.  (Lost Horse Press) and Hidden Sequel (Barrow Street Book Prize). He lives in Port Townsend on the north Olympic Peninsula and writes essay reviews of poetry for Water-Stone Review out of Hamline University in St. Paul, MN.

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5 p.m. PST

Ian Ramsey Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

Ian Ramsey is a poet and educator based in Maine where he directs the Kauffmann Program for Environmental Writing and Wilderness Exploration. His writing has appeared in journals like Terrain.org, Off the Coast, High Desert Journal, Orion, Words & Images, and the Mountain Research Initiative. Ian, who holds an MFA from the Rainier Writing Workshop, has served as an artist-in-residence across North America and abroad, and he frequently collaborates with scientists internationally to communicate climate-change research in creative ways. He is an ultra-runner, sea kayak guide, and sponsored mountain athlete, and a founding board member of the non-profit Physiology First, which gives students leading-edge tools to manage anxiety and perform at a higher level. As a musician, he has been nominated for a Grammy and has shared the stage with Yoko Ono and Tony Trisha, among others. He is currently finishing a poetry manuscript, Hackable Animal, that will be published in 2022.

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Sweta Vikram Joins Sunday Live with Juniper Moon

Sweta Srivastava Vikram is an international speaker, best-selling author of 12 books, and Ayurveda and mindset coach who is committed to helping people thrive on their own terms. As a trusted source on health and wellness, most recently appearing on NBC and Radio Lifeforce, Sweta has dedicated her career to writing about and teaching a more holistic approach to creativity, productivity, health, and nutrition. Her work has appeared in The New York Times and other publications across nine countries on three continents. Sweta is a trained yogi and certified Ayurveda health coach, is on the board of Fly Female Founders, and holds a Master’s in Strategic Communications from Columbia University. Voted as “One of the Most Influential Asians of Our Times” and winner of the “Voices of the Year” award (past recipients include Chelsea Clinton), she lives in New York City with her husband and works with clients across the globe. She also teaches yoga, meditation, and mindfulness to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence as well incarcerated men and women. Find her on: TwitterInstagramLinkedIn, and Facebook.

March 14, 2021

8 pm EST / 5 pm PST

Note: Event reflects Mountain Time Zone.

 

Jahman Hill joins Sunday LIVE with Juniper Moon

Jahman Hill is an award-winning poet, playwright, and professor. In 2018, Jahman claimed the title of 3rd best slam poet in the world, and in 2019 he wrote, produced, and starred in an award-winning one-man show, Black Enough, which played off-Broadway. Jahman Hill has become a sought-after poet internationally. His poetry videos have garnered millions of views online. Jahman is a professor at the University of Alabama where he received Master degrees in both Communication Studies and Women’s Studies.

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