Let's Talk about It

Let's Talk About It

 Our next meeting will be Monday, March 5th at 1:00 pm with soup and a discussion led by scholar Nancy Casey.  Lunch is served at 12:30 pm.


Our next book in the "Biographies/Autobiographies" series is "Bloodlines: Odyssey of a Native Daughter" written by Janet Campbell Hale.  You can check out the book at the library.




Janet Campbell Hale's collection of autobiographical essays reflects on her youth a a member of a poor, troubled Indian family and on connections between her own identity and Indian culture and history. Lyrical, angry, caught up in the process of writing and self-creation, Hale explores what it means to her to be an Indian in contemportay America.



Nancy Casey has been reading and writing in Idaho for 35 years.  She blogs about writing for the Latah Recovery Center in Moscow, where she also teaches.  All the Way to Second Stree, he memoir of the back-to-the-land movement was published in 2011.  For years she was a morning news hast for KRFP in Moascow where she also wrote and produces the View from Planet Nancy.  She received an MFA from the University of Idaho and lives in rural Latah County.

Come join us and enjoy the warmth and great
conversation each book stimulates in us.