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Virtual Event: Kimberly Dark, Author of Damaged Like Me, In Conversation with Lidia Yuknavitch
July 11 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
About the book
Kimberly Dark’s Damaged Like Me is a series of essays and stories that reveal a complex social landscape. It shows how possible and vital it is to build roads to a more equitable and loving collective culture that includes body sovereignty, racial justice, gender equity/
About the Authors
Kimberly Dark is a writer, professor, and storyteller, working to reveal the hidden architecture of everyday life so that we can reclaim our power as social creators.
She’s the author of Damaged Like Me; Fat, Pretty, and Soon To Be Old; The Daddies; and Love and Errors. Her essays, stories, and poetry are widely published in academic and popular online outlets alike. Beloved by diverse audiences, Kimberly crosses boundaries to show how we must engage all the wisdom and verve we have to create the most compassionate, fair, and inclusive world we can.
Lidia Yuknavitch is the nationally bestselling author of the novels The Book of Joan, The Small Backs of Children, and Dora: A Headcase, and of the memoir The Chronology of Water. She is the recipient of two Oregon Book Awards and has been a finalist for the Brooklyn Public Library Literary Prize and the PEN Center USA Creative Nonfiction Award. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Her latest release is Verge, from Riverhead Books.