Reading & Discussion on Social Justice & Literature

Join Hidden Timber Books Author Lyndsey Ellis, whose novel Bone Broth hit the shelves last June, this Thursday for a panel reading & discussion on writing that incorporates themes of social justice and the research, writing, and revision process — and much more!

Hosted by Jaded Ibis Press and sponsored by Left Bank Books (the largest, oldest full-line indie book store in St. Louis), you’ll hear from Lyndsey Ellis and two other Small Press Authors: Nicole Zelniker and Johanna Stoberock. Moderated by David Jackson Ambrose.

THURSDAY | October 28, 2021
5pm Pacific | 6pm Mountain | 7pm Central | 8pm Eastern

This event is online and free! Register at Jaded Ibis Press
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About BONE BROTH: Through these linked perspectives, Bone Broth delivers the touchstones of an inequitable society: violence, suppression, and the human capacity to continue in the face of extreme adversity. 

About PIGS: In the tradition of Lord of the Flies, Pigs is an exquisitely wrought fable about the excesses of the contemporary world.

About UNTIL WE FALL: Isla, a Black, transgender girl, is just an ordinary student when government forces arrest her and her teacher for alleged revolutionary activity. 

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