Tuesdays with Writers
February 3rd, @ 7 pm
the South Mill
48th & Prescott, Lincoln

Tuesday, Feb. 3rd, at The South Mill in Lincoln Features Young Writer Mark Gudgel.
Gudgel will read from his brand new book, " No Sixteenths ", from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There is no open microphone when we have a feature writer, and this writer will take the house of The Mill down. Please join us for a cup of good coffee or tea and the creative energy of Mark Gudgel.

Mark Gudgel teaches English at Southwest High School in Lincoln, NE. He was inspired to write poetry through a class taught by Greg Kuzma at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln:
"I teach English and Literature at LSW, and have, in my opinion, the most wonderful students in the world. Much of what I have written is inspired by growing up 9 miles below the reservation in Valentine, NE. I'd rather be on the Rosebud than in Valentine any day."
His other writing influences include Hadara Bar-Nadav, Bill Kloefkorn, his travels, teaching, study of theology and faith in God.
"In his ambitious first book, Gudgel takes on race, class, and identity to explore the tragic events shaping our world—from the Holocaust to the genocide in Darfur to the atrocities committed against the Native American Peoples in the United States."
—Hadara Bar-Nadav, author of A GLASS OF MILK TO KISS GOODNIGHT.
Gudgel reminds us that we are not alone as we begin our slow crawl toward hope.
Deborah McGinn, Founder of Tuesdays With Writers

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Tuesdays with Writers
7 p.m. -- February 3rd, 2009
at the South Mill, 48th & Prescott:
Lincoln writer/teacher
Mark Gudgel

Tuesdays With Writers and Deborah McGinn
brings Mark Gudgel, featuring his new book,
no sixteenths

Tuesdays with Writers
7 p.m. -- January 6th, 2009
the South Mill, 48th & Prescott:
the 1st meetup of
the MOO-tual Admiration Society

Tuesday With Writers January will feature
captivating readings from the MOO-tual Admiration Society
Charter Members
Charlene Neely and Jen Davis-Korn.

Be safe, warm and happy this holiday season and we will see you in January.