We hope you’ve been tuning into the The Writers Studio, Thursdays at 8 p.m. on KERA FM. Tonight is the last episode of the series, and our hosts will be having a conversation with Louise Erdrich.
From the program notes:
LOUISE ERDRICH’s first book of poems, Jacklight, was published in 1983, followed a year later by Love Medicine, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award from the American Institute of Arts and Letters, and other prizes. Love Medicine eventually became the first novel in a remarkable series that would include, The Beet Queen, Tracks, The Bingo Palace, Tales of Burning Love, The Antelope Wife,Four Souls, The Master Butchers Singing Club and The Painted Drum. In addition to these novels, Erdrich’s publications include a collaborative novel, The Crown of Columbus (written with Michael Dorris), another book of poetry Baptism of Desire, and The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse, a finalist for the National Book Award. The Plague of Doves was published by HarperCollins Publishers in May 2008.
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