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Contributors to Anchorage Remembers discuss the relationship amongst memoir, writing, and history.
Lynn Lovegreen reads and discusses "Gold Nuggets," the final book in her young adult gold rush series.
"Reptile House" is winner of the BOA Editions Fiction Prize.
Katherine Ringsmuth presents "One Alaska, Many Traditions: The Global History of Alaska."
Bonnye Matthews is the award winning writer of the "Winds of Change" series. At this event, "Tuksook’s Story: 35,000 BC" and its setting in Cook Inlet, accompanied by a 20 minute DVD, will be examined.
Dr. Chris Kavelin shares stories discovering how the world’s most important modern medicines arose in the genius of Indigenous cultural wisdom.
Dr. Regina H. Macedo discusses avian sexual selections.
Hear about Tom Sexton’s latest collection of poetry.
Chris Dixon, originally from Anchorage, discusses his new book is Another Politics: Talking Across Today's Transformative Movements, published by University of California Press.
In "The Last Road North, "Alaskan photographer Ben Huff explores life along Dalton Highway
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