Luther College Writers Festival

Celebrating the rich diversity of contemporary imaginative writers, Luther College is hosting the sixth biennial Luther College Writers Festival Friday and Saturday, Sept. 24-25, 2021.

The weekend includes keynote addresses, featured writers, readings, panels on craft and publishing, a book sale and more. To register for the event and view the complete schedule, visit https://www.luther.edu/writers-festival/schedule/. Featured writers include Jennifer Acker, Kerri Arsenault, Nickolas Butler, Peter Geye, Maisy Card, Jennifer Colville, Kelly Daniels, Lyz Lenz, LaTanya McQueen, Andre Perry, Christine Pride, Sejal Shah, and Luther's own alumnus Margaret Yapp and faculty David Faldet and Amy Weldon.

The 2021 Luther College Writers Festival (postponed from 2020 due to the pandemic) is the sixth incarnation of a tradition begun in 2007 to explore the deep and diverse ways in which highly crafted literature in all genres explores the human condition and illuminates the spiritual and moral imagination of readers.

Email writersfestival@luther.edu or [email protected] for more information.

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