Robert Bly Reading @ Blue Mound, Saturday 7 PM

Mark your calendars–this is happening:

The big year-long 100th birthday celebration of writer Frederick Manfred continues this month with a reading in Luverne, his chosen home town, by poet Robert Bly, his good, good friend. Bly will be accompanied by his wife, Ruth, and by sitarist David Whetstone.

Frederick Manfred. Star Tribune file photo by Duane BraleyManfred, born in Iowa, lived in southwestern Minnesota most of his life. He was the author of 34 books, including “Lord Grizzly,” most of which were set in a place he called Siouxland–the place where Minnesota, South Dakota and Iowa come together. He died in 1994 at age 82.

Robert Bly and David Whetstone, at the launch of Bly's latest collection, "Talking into the Ear of a Donkey." Photo by Laurie HertzelRobert Bly’s latest collection is “Talking into the Ear of a Donkey.”  He’ll read from that (and likely from all kinds of other things, including books and poems by other people) at 7 p.m. Aug. 25 at Blue Mound State Park.

(Info & photos from StarTribune.)

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