As Heard on Morning Line: Alaska Quarterly Review Turns 35

Sep 25, 2017

Morning Line - Ron Spatz with the Alaska Quarterly Review talking about this quarter's issue and connection to Alaska Native cultures.
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Today's guest on Morning Line was Ronald Spatz, co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Quarterly Review.  The literary magazine is celebrating it's 35th Anniversary, with an edition that highlights it's local origins and global perspective.  

Spatz also shared information about the upcoming celebration - at the Anchorage Museum, Sunday October 1st, from 7-9pm. 

One of the key moments of the celebration will is the world premiere of the short film Shaawatke'e's Birth - a collaborative poem filmed in an intimate production style with X'unei Lance Twitchell and Emily Wall, the poets, starring on screen.

The Alaska Quarterly Review's 35th Anniversary Celebration - Origin Myths & Stories - 35 Years of Alaska Quarterly Review Sunday October 1st at 7pm, Anchorage Museum. Free event.
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